2016 was a lousy year for biotech investors but TheStreet.com's Adam Feuerstein's biotech tweets were on point! It started when his beloved dog died right after New Year's Day and then MannKind (MNKD) went KABOOM! Another bad omen for 2016: A news-free start to the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference, followed fast by the FDA's decision to postpone the Sarepta (SRPT) advisory panel. The year started bad and never really stopped being bad. Let's hope 2017 is better than 2016 and the tweets keep coming @AdamFeuerstein
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