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Allergy Therapeutics PLC (AGY)     

banjomick - 01 Feb 2016 13:59

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Mission Statement
To create a sustainable, fast-growing and profitable global speciality pharmaceutical business with a substantial franchise in the allergy sector by developing innovative, patented, registered therapies for both the treatment and prevention of allergy-related conditions.

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NEWS

16th Mar 2017 First Patient Recruited in Pivotal Phase III Birch Immunotherapy B301 Study
14th Feb 2017 Novel House Dust Mite Allergy Vaccine Gains Clinical Trial Application Approval
01st Feb 2017 Positive Efficacy and Safety Data Shown in Peanut Allergy Vaccine
20th Jan 2017 Hardman Research: Investment driving market share gains
19th Jan 2017 Trading Update
06th Jan 2017 finnCap issues a broker note on Allergy Therapeutics PLC
02nd Nov 2016 European Patent Office grants new and expanded patent underpinning Aller/Therap core Microcrystalline Tyrosine technology
24th Oct 2016 Annual Report & Accounts 2016
10th Oct 2016 Allergy Therapeutics presents enhanced efficacy data in a malaria vaccine model with its novel adjuvant system
26th Sep 2016 Hardman Research: Performance drives market share
26th Sep 2016 Preliminary report for the year ended 30 June 2016
13th Jul 2016 Trading Update
08th Jul 2016 Publication of 1-year follow up results of its mite allergoid immunotherapy Acarovac Plus™
27th Jun 2016 Allergy Therapeutics announces findings from mEEC dose range finding study G204
13th Jun 2016 Allergy Therapeutics hosts Satellite Symposium at EAACI
09th May 2016Positive Phase II Data
30th Mar 2016 Allergy Therapeutics-Edison Report
08th Mar 2016 Interim Results for the six months ended 31 December 2015
24th Feb 2016 Hardman & Co issues research report
18th Feb 2016 Patient enrolment completed in US Phase IIb study of GrassMATAMPL
13th Jan 2016 Trading Update
20th Oct 2015 Annual Report & Accounts 2015 (pdf)

VIDEO/AUDIO

09th May 2016 Allergy Therapeutics boss excited by PQBirch204 Phase II data
08th Mar 2016 Allergy Therapeutics says double-digit revenue growth is sustainable
18th Feb 2016 Allergy Therapeutics hopes to launch "exciting" grass pollen allergy vaccine in 2019
14th Jan 2016 Allergy Therapeutics boss says the firm is outperforming its competitors

EVENTS

29 03 2017 Interim Results 2017 Announcement

WEBSITES

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banjomick - 18 Feb 2016 08:23 - 2 of 77

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Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or the "Company")

Patient enrolment completed in US Phase IIb study of GrassMATAMPL

Allergy Therapeutics (AIM:AGY), the fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company specialising in allergy vaccines, today announces it has completed patient enrolment for its Phase IIb dose-finding study, G204, in the US. GrassMATAMPL is an ultra-short course subcutaneous allergen specific immunotherapy ("SCIT") administered prior to the grass pollen season. Total patient enrolment for the Phase IIb study was 250 patients and headline data is expected at the end of the first half of 2016, paving the way for the US Phase III study.

GrassMATAMPL is developed from Allergy Therapeutics' successfully marketed Pollinex Quattro Grass product and is a unique adjuvanted SCIT in which a grass allergen extract is chemically modified to form a standardised allergen ('allergoid') preparation. This is bound to microcrystalline tyrosine ("MCT") and combined with the adjuvant Monophosphoryl lipid A (MPL), enabling the reduction of allergenicity whilst maintaining immunogenicity. The product design allows for an effective cumulative dose to be attained in up to six weeks, avoiding continuous administration, as required by conventional SCIT products, over a year or more. The SCIT market in the US is worth approximately $2 billioni.



G204 is a dose-finding study using, for the first time, two mobile environmental exposure chambers based in Cincinnati and in New Jersey Shore. The chambers are inflatable laboratories that enable subjects with grass pollen allergy to be exposed to a constant concentration of pollen for periods of three hours over four consecutive days. Their great advantage is that they can be used outside of the grass pollen season for accurate dose selection studies.



The G204 study was preceded by a safety study, G102, of two new higher doses of GrassMATAMPL compared with placebo, which completed on 22 October 2015. No systemic adverse events were seen in this study with only mild local reactions to the injections.



Tim Higenbottam, Research & Development Director of Allergy Therapeutics, said:

"We have completed recruitment in the G204 US study within schedule., We are confident that the results will build on the previous positive data for our MATAMPL studies and, combined with the commercial success of Pollinex Quattro in Europe, this will prepare the ground for entry in to the high value US market. GrassMATAMPL has the potential to become the best in class ultra-short course SCIT in the US market and we look forward to reporting headline data at the end of the first half of 2016."

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banjomick - 23 Feb 2016 07:51 - 3 of 77

23 February 2016
Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or the "Company")

Notice of Interim Results


Allergy Therapeutics, the fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company specialising in allergy vaccines, will issue its interim results for the six month period ended 31 December 2015 on Tuesday 8th March 2016.

A meeting for analysts will be held at 9:30am at the offices of Panmure Gordon at 1 New Change, London, EC4M 9AF. Manuel Llobet, Chief Executive Officer, and Ian Postlethwaite, Chief Financial Officer, will provide an update on the Company with a Q&A session which will be accessible remotely via a live conference call. The details of the call will be provided in the statement on Tuesday 8th March.

http://www.moneyam.com/action/news/showArticle?id=5218102

banjomick - 23 Feb 2016 08:00 - 4 of 77

Missed this from last Thursday:

Allergy Therapeutics hopes to launch "exciting" grass pollen allergy vaccine in 2019

Published on Feb 18, 2016


Tim Higenbottam, R&D director at hay fever vaccine specialist Allergy Therapeutics (LON:AGY) tells Proactive Investors GrassMATAMPL is one of its two most advanced products in development.
He hopes the company will be in a position to start phase III studies at some point this year.
The company aims to launch the ground-breaking and "exciting" grass pollen allergy treatment in 2019 after all the trials are completed and the treatment is approved.


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banjomick - 24 Feb 2016 08:43 - 5 of 77

Allergy Therapeutics PLC
24 February 2016

Hardman & Co issues research report on Allergy Therapeutics

Development progress: AGY is a long-established specialist in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of allergies. It has an underlying profitable and cash generative business despite its lead product being available only on a 'Named Patient' basis. However, protocols agreed with EU and US regulators are in place to get Pollinex Quattro approved as a biological. The US opportunity is enormous and only two players have short-course treatments. There is a valuation mis-match between AGY and its peers, which either have no growth or little marketing experience, which provides scope for considerable upside towards our risk-adjusted DCF valuation of 89p per share.

Please click here for the full report:

http://www.hardmanandco.com/docs/default-source/company-docs/allergy-therapeutics-documents/24-02-16-development-progress


http://www.moneyam.com/action/news/showArticle?id=5219069

banjomick - 04 Mar 2016 13:51 - 6 of 77

This looks to be confirmation from Inflamax Research Inc. themselves on the study that was previously reported by AGY 18th February 2016:

Inflamax Research Inc. Announces the Successful Completion of Enrollment for the First Multi-center, Mobile Environmental Exposure Chamber (mEEC™) Study

Inflamax Research Inc., today announces the successful completion of patient enrollment in first US Phase II multi-center mEEC™ dose-ranging study with Grass MATAMPL immunotherapy for patients suffering from seasonal grass allergy (ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02582073) for Allergy Therapeutics

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) March 04, 2016


This is a landmark clinical study and is the first allergy immunotherapy study to utilize the mEEC™ in the United States. Inflamax’s unique and world leading technology was used to recruit and study patients in two separate locations in Neptune, New Jersey and Cincinnati, Ohio. The unique challenge in enrolling before the start of the tree season in the Northeast US was met with the deployment of Inflamax’s unique Online Central Recruiting Update Platform (OCRUP™). The data from this study will be instrumental in the launch of the Phase III program prior to end of 2016 utilizing Inflamax’s mEEC™ system in several locations within the United States. We also wish to thank the 20 investigator sites in Ohio, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

“Allergy trials rely on mother nature to produce consistent pollen concentrations to elicit adequate levels of symptoms in order to prove dose-response or efficacy. Unfortunately, climate change and variability in patient exposure in their everyday lives can lead to large variabilities and recruitment delays should the environment, weather, and other factors, not produce consistently. The novel mEEC™ technology enables study designs and endpoints to be infinitely more robust and allows for studying allergen-specific therapies, such as immunotherapy. The mEEC™ model is designed to provide consistent allergen exposure, over time, significantly reducing data variability and compliance compared to traditional field studies”, commented Dr. Anne Marie Salapatek, Chief Scientific Officer at Inflamax Research Inc.

Allergy Therapeutics® is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused upon the development of treatments for allergy. Allergy Therapeutics has an existing sales base of approximately £40 million per annum, an MHRA-approved manufacturing capability, as well as an established sales and marketing infrastructure in several major European markets. In addition, the Company has a number of novel compounds which have already undergone initial clinical evaluation and, once registered, could potentially revolutionize the treatment of allergy.

Inflamax Research is a global full-service, CRO specializing in allergy, respiratory, ocular and dermatology Phase I-IV research, led by world-known, key-opinion leaders. Inflamax has a strong scientific capability and publishes extensively in peer-reviewed journals. Inflamax’s Clinical Trial Management group has experience in conducting large multi-center trials in these, and other, therapeutic areas. Inflamax offers full-service including study design/concept development, medical writing, site management, monitoring, data management, statistics, and CSR development.

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/03/prweb13247151.htm

banjomick - 08 Mar 2016 08:33 - 7 of 77

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08 March 2016
Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or "the Company")

Interim Results for the six months ended 31 December 2015


Allergy Therapeutics plc (AIM:AGY), the fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company specialising in allergy vaccines, announces unaudited interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2015.

Highlights

Financial highlights

· Revenue increased by 12% at constant currency to £31.5m (H1 2015: £28.2m)* and reported revenue increased by 3% to £29.0m (H1 2015: £28.2m)

· R&D expenditure increased to £6.5m (H1 2015: £1.1m) as the two Phase II studies in Germany and the US were successfully progressed

· Fundraising of £11.5m (gross) successfully completed with placing of 41,005,500 ordinary shares in the Company to invest in new product development, strengthen the balance sheet and accelerate growth

· Cash balance bolstered to £33.2m (H1 2015: £8.0m)



Products and pipeline highlights

· Increasing market share in all major markets

· Spanish Alerpharma acquisition fully integrated

· US Phase II study for GrassMATAMPL (marketed in Europe as Pollinex Quattro Grass product) initiated in December 2015 - on track for data read out in H2 2016

· PQ Birch204 Phase II study patient enrolment completed - results expected in H2 2016

· Acquisition of Virus Like Particles ("VLP") technology licence for the development of a potential new injectable vaccine immunotherapy treatment for allergy sufferers, with peanut as the lead project

· Positive house dust mite study results for Acarovac - July 2015


Post period end highlights


· US Grass MATAMPL study fully recruited according to plan in February 2016



Commenting on the interim results, Manuel Llobet, Chief Executive Officer, said:

"The first half of this year has seen continued momentum with our product sales continuing to outperform the market with further market share gains across Europe. We delivered 12% revenue growth at constant currency. This double-digit growth against a (broadly) flat market has been driven by a combination of our winning proposition of lifestyle enhancing short course aluminium-free vaccines boosted by our successful sales strategy.

"Our business is gaining significant scale and momentum in Europe through both organic and acquisitive growth and we expect this to continue as we further invest in our commercial infrastructure and prepare to take our products over to the US. We eagerly await the data from two ongoing Phase 2 studies for GrassMATAMPL and PQ Birch204 which are both due to report later in 2016.‎"

* Constant currency uses prior year weighted average exchange rates to translate current year foreign currency denominated revenue to give a year on year comparison excluding the effects of foreign exchange movements. See table in financial review for an analysis of revenue.


Joint Statement from the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Operating Review

Overview

During the first six months of the year, the Company's revenues grew 12% (at constant currency) compared to 11% at the end of June 2015, and against flat or low growth markets in Europe. Allergy Therapeutics' robust level of double digit top line growth at constant currency is due to the benefits offered to patients of a short course, aluminium-free, therapy which is enabling the Company to outperform its competitors and grow its market share in Europe. Geographically, the major contributing markets to the Company's growth have been Germany and Spain, followed by The Netherlands, the UK and Austria.

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banjomick - 08 Mar 2016 09:43 - 8 of 77

Video supporting today's Interim Results:

https://player.vimeo.com/video/158104723?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&autoplay=1&wmode=transparent

banjomick - 17 Mar 2016 09:08 - 9 of 77

17 March 2016
Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or the "Company")

Board change


Allergy Therapeutics (AIM:AGY), the fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company specialising in allergy vaccines, announces that Ian Postlethwaite, Finance Director, has resigned from the Company to pursue a new opportunity. Ian will remain as a Director of the Company and Finance Director for up to six months to allow time for a suitable successor to be appointed and for an orderly handover. The Board has commenced a search for his successor and a further announcement will be made in due course.

Peter Jensen, Chairman of Allergy Therapeutics, said: "Ian has been the Finance Director for 14 years and a significant contributor to the success of the Company. During this time Allergy Therapeutics has listed on AIM, achieved a number of financial goals including two fund raisings in 2015 to support the Company's clinical and other development plans, and has growing revenues from products on sale in Europe. Ian leaves the Company in the strongest position it has ever been in, in terms of sales, cash balance and growth potential. We are very positive about the future of Allergy Therapeutics and wish Ian the best for his ongoing career."


http://www.moneyam.com/action/news/showArticle?id=5241719

banjomick - 23 Mar 2016 09:11 - 10 of 77

23 March 2016
Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or the "Company")

Issue of equity in respect of the exercise of options


Allergy Therapeutics announces the issue and allotment of 2,305,089 new ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") pursuant to the exercise of 2,305,089 share options by certain employees.

Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for admission to trading of the new Ordinary Shares on AIM ("Admission"). It is expected that Admission will take place and that dealings in the new Ordinary Shares on AIM will commence at 8:00 a.m. on 29 March 2016. The new Ordinary Shares will, when issued, be credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing Ordinary Shares in the capital of the Company, including the right to receive all dividends or other distributions made, paid or declared in respect of such shares after the date of issue of the new Ordinary Shares.

Allergy Therapeutics' enlarged issued ordinary share capital immediately following Admission will be 589,158,508 Ordinary Shares with voting rights attached. The Company has no Ordinary Shares in Treasury; therefore the total number of voting rights in Allergy Therapeutics is 589,158,508. This figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify an interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.


http://www.moneyam.com/InvestorsRoom/posts.php?tid=19493#lastread

banjomick - 30 Mar 2016 21:50 - 11 of 77

Allergy Therapeutics-Edison Report

Fresh finance, fresh product lines

30 March 2016 | Allergy Therapeutics, Pharma & biotech

http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/allergy-therapeutics21/full

banjomick - 13 Apr 2016 13:08 - 12 of 77

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Interview - Allergy Therapeutics Sniffs Out Second Chance
Apr. 12, 2016 8:51 AM ET
About: Allergan plc (AGN)

After nearly a decade of delays Allergy Therapeutics (NYSE:AGN) is getting back on track with its short-course allergy vaccines. The company expects results from two phase II studies at the end of June: one in the US with Pollinex Quattro Grass, the other in Europe with Pollinex Quattro Birch.

The UK group hopes that the grass vaccine will be the first seasonal subcutaneous immunotherapy to reach the US, with phase III trials to start later this year and launch in 2020 if all goes well. In Europe, Allergy already sells its Pollinex Quattro products on a named-patient basis, with revenues of £43m ($60m) in 2015, but is also seeking its first formal approval.

The US opportunity is “potentially transformational”, say Edison analysts, who put peak US sales for the Pollinex Quattro range – including the grass vaccine, the tree vaccine and a third product, Pollinex Quattro Ragweed – at $1.1bn.

This would be quite a turnaround from 2007, when Allergy was forced to delay its research program after an adverse event. Although this turned out to be unrelated to the vaccine, the FDA did not lift its clinical hold until 2012 after it had conducted a review of novel vaccine adjuvants.

Subcutaneous vs sublingual

Allergy did not resume US clinical development until last year. In the meantime, the company’s vaccines have been overtaken by sublingual allergy treatments developed by Stallergenes and ALK Abello.

But these oral treatments have not taken off, perhaps owing to a preference for subcutaneous vaccines in the US. Allergy's chief executive, Manuel Llobet, tells EP Vantage that, being subcutaneous, Pollinex Quattro “will have a really fast penetration”.

Somewhat counterintuitively, he believes that compliance with Allergy’s vaccines, which require four to six injections, is better than with sublingual treatments. “You might have to go to the doctor six times, but then that’s it. With the tablet you have to take one every day for at least a year, and patients don’t really follow the treatment.”

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http://seekingalpha.com/article/3964658-interview-allergy-therapeutics-sniffs-second-chance

banjomick - 09 May 2016 09:23 - 13 of 77

9 May 2016
Allergy Therapeutics plc
("Allergy Therapeutics" or the "Company")

Allergy Therapeutics announces positive top-line results from the PQBirch204 Phase II study for birch-induced seasonal allergic rhinitis


· Primary endpoint met

· Statistically significant dose-response relationship (p<0.01)

· All dosing regimens were safe and well tolerated

· Adherence was greater than 90%

Allergy Therapeutics, (AIM:AGY), the fully integrated specialty pharmaceutical company specialising in allergy vaccines, today announces positive top-line results from the Company's PQBirch204 Phase II study, a multi-centre, double-blind, placebo-controlled study designed to explore the safety and response of different cumulative doses of Birch Modified Allergen Tyrosine adsorbed and MPL® (POLLINEX® Quattro Birch) for birch pollen induced seasonal allergic rhinitis.

The study randomised 371 patients into six cumulative dosing regimens plus a placebo, evaluating the change in Total Symptom Score (TSS) following a conjunctival provocation test (CPT) with the objective to achieve a dose recommended for Phase III development.


Results summary of the PQBirch 204 Phase II study programme


· The primary endpoint, to demonstrate a statistically significant (p<0.01) dose-response for the 5000 standardised units (SU) to 27300 SU, was met. This enables prediction of the dose to enter Phase III development

· The study demonstrated a statistically significant (p<0.01) dose-response for the 5000 standardised units (SU) to 27300SU dose range studied

· The dose-response closely followed and extended the findings of the previous dose-response study (PQBirch203), which studied doses from 600SU to 13600SU

· PQBirch continues to be well-tolerated and no safety concerns were reported in any treatment arm. There was no significant relationship between any adverse drug reaction exhibited and the respective dosage of allergoid

· Overall adherence to the dosing regimens was approximately 94% with no relevant differences between treatment arms.

Manuel Llobet, Chief Executive Officer of Allergy Therapeutics, said: "The results of the PQBirch204 trial are very encouraging and they reaffirm the potential of our Pollinex platform to treat the underlying cause of allergic rhinitis. Approximately 6% of the population in Europe alone is allergic to birch pollen and there continues to be a need for a safe and well tolerated effective treatment for this significant health issue. Pollinex is the only ultra-short course aluminium-free treatment in the market and its convenience for patients is driving our market penetration in all our European markets.

"This study is a significant milestone in our route to Marketing Authorisation and keeps us on track to commence the Phase III study in early 2017."

http://www.moneyam.com/action/news/showArticle?id=5337115


banjomick - 09 May 2016 10:18 - 14 of 77

I missed this video from 8th March 2016..........

08th Mar 2016 Allergy Therapeutics says double-digit revenue growth is sustainable

banjomick - 09 May 2016 13:23 - 15 of 77

Allergy Therapeutics results not to be sniffed at
12:33 09 May 2016

The phase II trial assessed the response from 371 patients, which revealed a statistically significant dose-response relationship from the groups receiving the medication.

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Allergy Therapeutics plc (LON:AGY) described as “very encouraging” the results from the latest clinical study of its PQBirch204 treatment for hay fever caused by birch pollen.

The phase II trial assessed the response from 371 patients, which revealed a statistically significant dose-response relationship from the groups receiving the medication.

Allergy said the latest clinical data “reaffirmed the potential” of the company’s Pollinex platform to treat the different variants of allergic rhinitis.

Researchers also found that PQBirch204 was safe and well tolerated, while 94% of patients stuck to the dosing guidelines.

It is expected a phase III study will get underway early next year.

"The results of the PQBirch204 trial are very encouraging and they reaffirm the potential of our Pollinex platform to treat the underlying cause of allergic rhinitis,” said chief executive Manuel Llobet.

Is Allergy undervalued?

The shares, up 28% in the last year, were ahead a further 3% in early afternoon trade at 26.37p.

There is further for the stock to go, according to Panmure Gordon’s Dr Mike Mitchell.

He says the market is applying an “unduly onerous” discount to the Allergy shares, which he values at 53p.

“In itself the outcome for the Birch programme paves the way for late-stage development of that programme on track and, on a qualitative basis, the news potentially reflects an important de-risking factor for Allergy Therapeutics’ wider platform,” Mitchell said in a note to clients.

Profitable and growing strongly

Allergy Therapeutics has a profitable core business and, as the name suggests, a number of ground-breaking allergy vaccines that trade under various brand names. Its most commonly prescribed vaccines are used to treat pollen-related allergies, particularly allergies to grasses and trees.

It has has a strong presence in Europe with established operations in Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, while in other markets it often makes its products available through distribution partners.

Its Pollinex Quattro vaccine for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis from grass, tree or ragweed pollen allergy is already established in Europe, and the board is confident the success can be replicated in the US, where it will enjoy first mover advantage in a market potentially worth $2bn.

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banjomick - 09 May 2016 18:21 - 16 of 77

Allergy Therapeutics boss excited by PQBirch204 Phase II data
14:25 09 May 2016

Manuel Llobet, chief executive of Allergy Therapeutics plc (LON:AGY) says the latest data from its Phase II trial of its PQBirch204 treatment for hay fever caused by birch pollen is “exciting for our company”.

Allergy released the results from the latest clinical study, which assessed the response from 371 patients.

The phase II trial revealed a statistically significant dose-response relationship from the groups receiving the medication, with Llobet noting the company has received “very strong top –line data”.

It means the company is still on track to start the Phase III study in early 2017, and Llobet says the data is “another step towards our clinical goal to get Polinex Quattro Birch registered in Europe as soon as possible”.


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banjomick - 09 May 2016 18:34 - 17 of 77

Hardman & CoAllergy Therapeutics Plc Progress towards EU reg approval
Allergy Therapeutics Plc (LON:AGY) is a long-established specialist in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of allergies. It’s lead product, Pollinex Quattro is available in Europe only on a ‘Named Patient’ basis. However, protocols have been agreed with EU and US regulators for a programme of clinical trials to get full regulatory approval of Pollinex Quattro as a biological. AGY has reported positive outcomes from one of the trials required for EU approval. There remains a considerable valuation mis-match between AGY and its peers, which provides scope for considerable upside towards our risk-adjusted DCF valuation of 89p per share.

***Link below for full report***

http://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/09-05-16-progress-towards-eu-reg-approval.pdf

banjomick - 10 May 2016 11:04 - 18 of 77

PQBirch204 Phase II Study (May 2016)- Video


http://fmp-tv.co.uk/company/allergy-therapeutics-investors-video-and-news/

banjomick - 14 May 2016 11:56 - 19 of 77

Proactive Investors One2One Investor Forum - London

Clinigen Group PLC | Allergy Therapeutics plc | Sareum Holdings Plc | Abzena plc

May 19th 2016, 6.00 pm - Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel, 35 Charles Street, Mayfair

The presentations will start at 6:00pm and finish at approx 8:00pm. After the presentations are complete the directors will also be available to take questions during a free canapé and wine reception.

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banjomick - 23 May 2016 16:30 - 20 of 77

The presentation from last Friday can be viewed from link below:

http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/archives/documents

banjomick - 26 May 2016 13:57 - 21 of 77

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Conference Overview

SMi proudly announces the return of 3rd annual Allergies conference to London in July 2016!

Aimed at an audience of senior scientists and allergy specialists involved in immunology and drug research, Allergies 2016 will provide the perfect platform to discuss pioneering clinical developments and the next generation of allergy therapeutics.

Created with a top panel of industry thought leaders, this year's event will look to capture expert insight by honing in on new pathways with novel vaccines and adjuvants, immunoassays for molecular diagnostic’s, paediatric allergies, personalised treatment, allergen specific immunotherapies, plus much more.

Through strategic direction and regulatory guidance, the programme will look to strengthen knowledge in topics such as biomarker validation, and arm attendees with the key requirements and tools for successful trials and study outcomes.

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Day1

16:00 Defining the most effective dose


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Tim Higenbottam, Research & Development Director, Allergy Therapeutics Ltd

•Development of new allergen subcutaneous specific immunotherapies
•Limiting factors on injection intervals optimal dose of allergen (allergoid)
•Use of provocation testing

Conference programme

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