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Why Wall Street Thinks This Biotech Stock Can Triple Your Money

Axsome Therapeutics(NASDAQ:AXSM) is close to earning approval for a new depression drug that could generate billions in annual revenues. Unfortunately, the proposed action date for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to grant approval already came and went. 

Consensus price targets suggest Axsome Therapeutics' stock price could rise 197% if most investors begin seeing the company in the same light as the investment-bank analysts who follow it closely. But before you run out to buy the stock for your own portfolio, you should know this is a long way from a sure thing. The agency could be holding off to do Axsome Therapeutics a huge favor, or there could be huge problems the company hasn't communicated yet. 

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What happened

This April, the FDA began reviewing an application from Axsome Therapeutics that could make AXS-05 a new treatment for millions of Americans with major depressive disorder (MDD). At the time, the company didn't mention applying for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) because it didn't have evidence of a benefit for this important sub-population.

The FDA was supposed to issue a decision regarding AXS-05 on Aug. 22, 2021. Instead, on Aug. 20, the agency told the company it wouldn't finish the review on time.

A favor?

The best possible scenario for Axsome Therapeutics and AXS-05 seems too good to be true, but here it is: The agency could have delayed the approval of AXS-05 for MDD in order to add treatment of TRD to the drug's new prescribing label.

On Aug. 9, 2021, Axsome Therapeutics read out positive results from a placebo-controlled trial with treatment-resistant depression (TRD) patients. The study showed that patients who responded well to AXS-05 in a preceding open-label trial were significantly more likely to relapse if switched to a placebo. 

A likely scenario

As a shareholder of Axsome Therapeutics, I would love to see the FDA approve AXS-05 for TRD and MDD. Unfortunately, the odds of this best-case scenario seem slim, at best.

On Aug. 9, Axsome Therapeutics told investors that the FDA had notified the company about deficiencies that preclude labeling discussions. Investors are still scratching their heads because according to the company, the agency didn't ask for more information.

Also according to the company, the agency hasn't mentioned any specific issues. Unfortunately, the FDA could have sent the company a complete response letter (CRL) already that simply hasn't been disclosed. I don't think this is what happened here, but failure to disclose devastating news from the FDA isn't unusual in this industry. Chances are you'd be surprised by how little actually reaches investors. 

In 2015, The BMJ published a study from an FDA official that pulled out key points contained in 61 CRLs issued over a five-year period. Investigators compared those points to subsequent press releases issued by the companies that received those CRLs. Here are just a few highlights:

  • When the FDA cited safety or efficacy as a reason for not approving a drug, less than one-fifth of the statements were conveyed in subsequent press releases.
  • The FDA specifically called for new trials to confirm safety or efficacy in 32 of the letters, but just 19 were followed by press releases that disclosed the request.
  • 18% of the CRLs issued weren't even followed by a press release disclosing the catastrophe.   

I don't think Axsome Therapeutics is the type of sponsor that would hide a CRL from its investors. The FDA recently began reviewing AXS-07, the company's migraine headache candidate, so the company isn't in a desperate position. If investors end up losing a bundle on this biotech stock because it's hiding bad news, though, they can't say they never imagined the possibility. 

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Looking ahead

Axsome's candidate is a proprietary combination of two very well-understood drugs, bupropion and dextromethorphan. While Axsome Therapeutics showed clear evidence of a benefit with AXS-05 over bupropion on its own, Bupropion comes with a black-box warning because antidepressants, in general, have been associated with an increased risk of suicidal ideation.

Axsome Therapeutics' stock might seem super cheap right now, but it probably isn't worth the risk. If I had to wager a guess on the cause of the holdup, I'd bet an unforeseen safety issue is to blame. Unfortunately, we may never learn the details.

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Why Axsome Therapeutics Stock Caught Fire in September

What happened

Axsome Therapeutics(NASDAQ:AXSM), a clinical-stage biotech, found some form of redemption last month. The drugmaker's shares gained a respectable 18.8% over the course of September, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. 

Through the first eight months of 2021, Axsome's shares were down by a jaw-dropping 68%. The drugmaker's stock has sold off this year mainly in response to the regulatory delays for its major depressive disorder medication AXS-05.

In early August, the Food and Drug Administration informed the company that the drug's labeling and post-marketing requirements could not be discussed at this time due to deficiencies in the regulatory filing. On Aug. 23, however, the FDA told Axsome it would not meet the drug's scheduled Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) target action date previously scheduled for Aug. 22.

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So what

With no news on the AXS-05 front in the past month, investors appear to be warming up to the idea that these deficiencies may not sink the drug's regulatory filing. What's more likely, though, is that the FDA is simply busy with COVID-19 related matters. This year has been a tough one for new drug applications -- especially ones outside of the realm of COVID-19. The fact of that matter is that the agency is probably overwhelmed at the moment, and regular business like combing through a dense regulatory application is taking a back seat to the pandemic.

On the bright side, Axsome did note last month that the FDA formally accepted the regulatory filing for the company's experimental migraine medication known as AXS-07. The agency reportedly set April 30, 2022 as the drug's target review date. AXS-07 isn't expected to a big a big seller. But Wall Street thinks it can likely haul in at least $300 million per year at peak. 

Now what

Is Axsome's stock a buy right now? Personally, I think it is best to wait for the regulatory fate of AXS-05 to become a known quantity. If the FDA rejects the drug for little more than clerical reasons, however, I will likely be a buyer of this stock on any weakness. After all, it is fairly common for developmental biotechs to make minor errors on regulatory filings. That's not to say that this delay will definitely boil down to an easily fixable typo or missing paperwork. But it also wouldn't be unheard of, either. That's why I will have this small-cap biotech stock on my radar this month.   

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