How Gilead Can Spend Its $32 Billion Stockpile to Reignite Investor Optimism

Published: Jan 11, 2017

Sliding hepatitis C treatment sales and discouraging news regarding its clinical-stage drug pipeline caused Gilead Sciences shares to tumble 29% in 2016. Can management rekindle investor optimism in 2017?

In this clip from The Motley Fool's Industry Focus: Healthcare podcast, analyst Kristine Harjes is joined by Todd Campbell to discuss what Gilead Sciences may do to get back on track, including how management could use its $31 billion cash stockpile to spark growth.

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