Destiny Pharma PLC
(“Destiny” or “the Company”)
Destiny Pharma to Participate in Panel Discussion at the 7th Annual LSX World Congress 2021
Brighton, UK, 2 February 2021 – Destiny Pharma plc (AIM: DEST), a clinical stage innovative biotechnology company focused on the development of novel medicines that can prevent life threatening infections, announces that Neil Clark, Chief Executive Officer, will be taking part in a panel discussion at the 7th Annual LSX World Congress to be held virtually between 1-5 February, 2021.
The panel discussion ‘Investing In Infectious Disease – How Will The Covid Pandemic Transform The Development, Commercialisation, And Partnering Landscape?’ will be held at 15:00 GMT on 2nd February 2021.
The panel will be made available through the conference website and will be available to registered participants throughout the event – www.lsxleaders.com/lsx-world-congress.
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Destiny Pharma plc
Neil Clark (Chief Executive Officer)
Shaun Claydon (Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary)
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finnCap Limited – Nominated Adviser and Joint Broker
Geoff Nash / Kate Bannatyne / Charlie Beeson (Corporate Finance)
Alice Lane (ECM)
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WG Partners LLP – Joint Broker
Nigel Barnes / Claes Spång / Nigel Birks / Andrew Craig
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Optimum Strategic Communication
Mary Clark / Shabnam Bashir / Manel Mateus
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About Destiny Pharma
Destiny Pharma is a clinical stage, innovative biotechnology company focused on the development of novel medicines that can prevent life-threatening infections. Its pipeline has novel microbiome-based biotherapeutics and XF drug clinical assets including NTCD-M3, a Phase 3 ready treatment for the prevention of C. difficile infection (CDI) recurrence which is the leading cause of hospital acquired infection in the US and also XF-73 nasal gel, which is in a Phase 2b clinical trial targeting the prevention of post-surgical Staphylococcal hospital infections including MRSA. It is also co-developing SPOR-COV, a novel, biotherapeutic product for the prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory infections and has earlier grant funded XF research projects.