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Allergy Therapeutics continues to execute on its clearly defined three pillar strategy for growth in both the near- and mid-to-longer term. In Europe, interim results demonstrate continued robust performance. Key pipeline programmes Grass MATA MPL and VLP Peanut have also made significant progress, with both set to start major clinical trials this year. These high value and well differentiated assets underpin future entry into the commercially important US market. Cash of £41m, plus the £10m cre
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Allergy Therapeutics reported six-month results to 31 December, which were in line with the trading update on 13 January and reflect the previously articulated strategy to focus on its core brands (Pollinex, Pollinex Quattro, Acarovac and Venomil) and technology platforms (MATA MPL and VLP), resulting in the discontinuation of non-core products, including TyroMILBE and Orallvac in Germany. Revenues fell 5% (CER) to £48.7m although were +4% on a like-for-like basis; with pre-R&D EBIT down 38% to
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The six-month trading update to 31 December reflects the discontinuation of non-core products, ongoing COVID-19-related headwinds, principally in Germany and Italy, exchange-rate headwinds (-5%) and product phasing issues, with revenues falling 10% to £48.7m. Underlying like-for-like growth, however, was 3% at constant exchange rates (CER). Period-end cash was £41.4m, which implied a c.3% increase (+£1.m) in underlying cashflows in the period. We have reduced revenue forecasts by 9% in FY 2022 t
Allergy Therapeutics continues to trade solidly in a challenging environment. Its H122 trading statement confirmed six-month revenues to end-December 2021 of £48.7m (H121: £54.0m, down 5% on CER) reflecting commercial portfolio streamlining, phasing, and German headwinds. FY22 revenue guidance is for an upper single digit percentage decline on FY21, with pre-R&D operating profit in line with current consensus. A strong cash balance of £41.4m, when coupled with modest additional debt, will fund t
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Positive headline results announcement, showing a statistically significant and clinically meaningful difference between Grass MATA MPL and placebo in hayfever patients in the exploratory field study (G309), is considered a major de-risking event. Not only does it increase the probability of successfully completing the pivotal Phase III study (G306) in the US and EU, but it underpins the broader MATA MPL platform, which includes tree and ragweed pollen, and increases the likelihood of completing
▪ Allergy Therapeutics has reported highly encouraging top line data from its G309 exploratory field trial of Grass MATA MPL. Both treatment arms demonstrated statistically significant improvement over placebo on the primary endpoint, the combined symptom and medication score (CSMS). The six-week arm showed a 29.1% improvement (p=0.0367), with this rising to 36.8% (p=0.0088) in the 14-week arm. These represent a significant reduction in both daily symptoms and the use of relief medication. Both
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Allergy Therapeutics reported FY 2021 results that were 95% (+£2.1m) ahead of adjusted pre-tax profit expectations, driven by lower than forecast overhead costs. This underpinned 20% growth in pre-R&D EBIT to £16.9m on 6% CER revenue growth. Year-end net cash was £36.9m, providing the company with the financial resources to complete both its Grass MATA MPL Phase III trial and complete the VLP Peanut Phase I trial. The readout of the exploratory Phase III (G309) Grass MATA MPL study in the autumn
Allergy Therapeutics has reported solid FY21 trading, with revenues up 8% (6% CER) to £84.3m (FY20: £78.2m). Pre-R&D operating profit rose 19% to £16.9m (FY20: £14.2m) given lower promotional and marketing spend due to COVID-19 restrictions, coupled with tight cost control. R&D investment increased from £9.0m to £12.9m to support the two key programmes: the G309 Grass MATA MPL exploratory field study and the VLP Peanut ex vivo biomarker study. Cash of £40.3m (FY20: £37.0m) is sufficient to fund
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