VLRX - バレリタス・ホ―ルディングス (Valeritas Holdings Inc.)


   Medical Device Maker Valeritas Files for Bankruptcy Citing Coronavirus  2020/02/10 20:52:00 The Wall Street Journal
Valeritas Holdings Inc., a medical-technology company that makes insulin patches, says the coronavirus epidemic is worsening its supply-chain problems, one of the factors triggering a bankruptcy filing that proposes a sale to Zealand Pharma A/S for $23 million.
   Valeritas up 51% premarket on Zeland Pharma bid  2020/02/10 11:56:20 Seeking Alpha
Thinly traded nano cap Valeritas Holdings (NASDAQ:VLRX) jumps 51% premarket on increased volume in reaction to Zealand Pharma A/S's (NASDAQ:ZEAL) $23M cash
   Zealand Pharma announces bid to acquire Valeritas  2020/02/10 01:40:00 GlobeNewswire
Company announcement – No. 01 / 2020 Zealand Pharma announces bid to acquire Valeritas Zealand Pharma (NASDAQ: ZEAL) has submitted a bid to acquire…
   Valeritas Rallies On Positive Preclinical Data For CBD Delivery Using Wearable Device  2019/07/30 13:11:19 Benzinga
Valeritas Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: VLRX ) shares have shed more than 61% in the year-to-date period. The stock is picking up some momentum Tuesday following a pre-clinical data readout from the medical technology company. What Happened Valeritas, which makes the V-Go – Wearable Insulin Delivery Device using its proprietary h-Patch technology, announced positive results from a preclinical pharmacokinetic study of cannabidiol subcutaneous infusion with two dosing regimens delivered using its proprietary h-Patch wearable drug delivery device. The study evaluated CBD delivered over a single 24-hour period using the h-Patch, with two doses: 40mg/24 hour and 76mg/24 hour tested using the patch. The pharmacokinetics … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Valeritas Insulin Device For Diabetics Accepted Under Managed Formulary  2019/07/10 12:36:13 Benzinga
Valeritas Holdings (NASDAQ: VLRX ) shares are trading higher after the company on Tuesday afternoon announced its V-Go wearable insulin device has been adopted on multiple managed care formularies. The V-Go is a disposable device for the delivery of … Full story available on Benzinga.com