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New inversion rules are unlikely to scuttle Medtronic's pending $43B merger with Covidien | The week in medtech M&A

October 1, 2014 by MassDevice

Here's a look at some of the top regulatory stories for medical device companies this week: New inversion rules unlikely to scuttle Medtronic's $43B Covidien buy; New U.S. tax rules may lead Medtronic to redo inversion deal; Ackman threatens to sue Allergan again over potential Salix deal; Tengion is on the auction block

New inversion rules unlikely to scuttle Medtronic's $43B Covidien buy

September 24, 2014 by Brad Perriello

Tengion is on the auction block

September 29, 2014 by Alexander Soule

Tengion puts itself and its organ regeneration technology on the auction block, hiring Jefferies LLC to explore "strategic alternatives."

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Tengion (NSDQ:TNGN) said it's hired Jefferies to assess "all strategic alternatives," corporate shorthand for putting the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based company and its organ regeneration technology on the auction block.

Tengion's Q2 losses widen

August 20, 2013 by Sony Salzman

Tengion posts greater losses during the 2nd quarter as it develops its human organ transplant technology, but rakes in more than $30M in investments.

Tengion parses losses while ramping up spending

Tengion (NSDQ:TNGN) almost tripled its losses in the 2nd quarter, but raked in more than $30 million in investments for its human organ regeneration technology.

Tengion raises $74M for organ programs

August 7, 2013 by Brad Perriello

Tengion Inc. raises $74.3 million to back its Neo-Kidney Augment and Neo-Urinary Conduit clinical programs.

Tengion raises $74M for organ programs

Tengion (NSDQ:TNGN) said it raised $74.3 million from 22 unnamed investors as it puts a pair of clinical programs through their paces.

The Winston-Salem, N.C.-based medical device company is developing the Neo-Kidney Augment and Neo-Urinary Conduit, human organs that are grown using a bioabsorbable scaffold and patients' own cells.

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Tengion soars on raising $34M in support of organ regeneration platform

July 2, 2013 by Arezu Sarvestani

Tengion Inc. raises $33.6 million from a pair of investors supporting its Neo-Kidney Augment and Neo-Urinary Conduit clinical programs.

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North Carolina regenerative medicine company Tengion (NSDQ:TNGN) raised $33.6 million in support of clinical studies of its leading programs, the Neo-Kidney Augment and Neo-Urinary Conduit programs. TNGN shares jumped 15.3% to 68¢ around 12:40 p.m. today, up from an opening price of 64¢.

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Tengion issues updates on clinical trial following patient deaths

October 26, 2012 by MassDevice staff

Tengion's clinical trial of its Neo-Urinary Conduit system will continue after 2 of the 6 enrolled patients died from causes unrelated to the trial.

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Tengion (NSDQ:TNGN) plans to complete enrollment its in Neo-Urinary Conduit clinical trial following the deaths of 2 of the 6 enrolled patients after deeming the deaths unrelated to the device or surgical procedure.

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Diabetes: Medtronic's Resolute stent performs well in non-diabetics, too | Wall Street Beat

May 25, 2012 by MassDevice staff

Medtronic touts news study results comparing its Resolute drug-eluting stent in patients with and without diabetes; also, Tengion struggles, but may find refuge in Medtronic; Uroplasty soars on 40% boost in Q4 sales; NeuroMetrix targets investors; Allscripts shareholders launch proxy war; plus, a Funding Roundup and analysts' ups and downs.

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Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) touted new study results for its Resolute drug-eluting stents, the 1st with FDA indication for treatment of patients with diabetes.

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