Finally, Celgene isn't afraid to use its substantial cash flow to collaborate with other drug developers to find what could be the next great cancer or anti-inflammatory product. At the moment Celgene has in excess of two dozen collaborations, and while these could result in high milestone payouts, it also could net Celgene healthy growth prospects over the long-term. There's no shame in partnering up, and Celgene's done a great job of seeking out truly unique partners.
With plenty of organic growth, a rich and deep product portfolio and pipeline, and more than two dozen collaborative partners, it's pretty easy to see why smart money loves this biotech stock.
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