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Atossa Genetics’ endoxifen programs are awaiting key catalysts in the coming year. Top-line data from a Phase II study in women with elevated mammographic breast density (MBD) is expected in Q219. The high rate of dropouts due to skin irritation/rashes may prompt a formulation change. The firm is also advancing an oral endoxifen formulation to reduce cancer cell activity in the window of opportunity between breast cancer diagnosis and surgery, and in women refractory to tamoxifen. Our rNPV-deriv
Companies: Atossa Therapeutics, Inc.
Atossa Genetics’s endoxifen programs are advancing in their respective breast health programs. The firm recently reported positive safety data from its Phase I study on topical endoxifen in men, and it completed enrolment for its Phase II endoxifen study in women with elevated mammographic breast density (MBD). It is also advancing an oral endoxifen formulation in women refractory to tamoxifen, and is applying its intraductal microcatheter (IDMC) with cancer drug fulvestrant. Our rNPV-derived eq
Atossa’s previously announced rights offering closed on 30 May 2018, generating $13.3m in gross proceeds ($12.1m net) through the issue of 13,324 shares of Series B convertible preferred stock (SBCPS) and 3,784,016 warrants exercisable at $4.05 per share. We believe the funds raised could sustain operations into early 2020. Each SBCPS is immediately convertible into 284 common shares. Assuming the full conversion of all SBCPS into common shares, the number of Atossa’s fully diluted (FD) common s
Atossa Genetics is preparing to start Phase II studies of both its oral and topical endoxifen formulations in Q218. Endoxifen, an estrogen receptor (ER) antagonist, is being advanced in topical form to treat high mammographic breast density (MBD), and also as an oral drug to prevent cancer recurrence in women refractory to tamoxifen. The company plans to raise $20m in equity through a rights offering in May 2018, which we believe should fund the Phase II endoxifen trials through completion.
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An update from CVS this morning covering conclusion of the CMA process, a further acquisition and update on trading. The CMA investigation into the acquisition of Quality Pet Care (QPC) is now complete, thereby bringing to an end a 9 month process. As part of the undertaking, CVS yesterday completed the sale of QPC for cash proceeds of c.£9m, implying a c.£12m impairment. Whilst the CMA episode has clearly been a setback, it does not seem to have fundamentally impaired ongoing M&A ambitions give
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The strong momentum from Q4-21 has continued into H1-22, with revenues expected to be up by more than 22% YoY. The outlook remains positive supported by strong industry demand and market share gains in the UK, where the group’s sustainability and affordability credentials are increasingly resonating. Whilst some macro pressures remain, these look to be manageable. We therefore make no change to our forecasts at this stage, but are highly encouraged by current trends and remain optimistic for the
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