Eloxx Pharmaceuticals To Present at the 8th Orphan Drugs & Rare Diseases Congress, the Oppenheimer Fall Summit, and the 2018 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference
WALTHAM, Mass., Sept. 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Eloxx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ELOX), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapeutics to treat cystic fibrosis, cystinosis and other diseases caused by nonsense mutations limiting production of functional proteins, today announced that Robert E. Ward, Chairman and CEO of Eloxx, will be a participant at three upcoming conferences:
-- On September 26, 2018, Mr. Ward will participate in a panel discussion titled: “Strategies for Implementing Value-Based Pricing and Reimbursement for Orphan Drugs” at the 8th Orphan Drugs & Rare Diseases Congress in Boston, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. -- On September 27, 2018, Mr. Ward and Mr. David Snow, Chief Business Officer of Eloxx, will host one-on-one meetings with investors at the Oppenheimer Fall Summit - Focused on Specialty Pharma and Rare Diseases at the Langham Hotel in New York City, -- Mr. Ward will make a presentation at the 2018 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference at the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel where members of senior leadership will also host one-on-one meetings with investors. The presentation will be a live webcast and can be accessed from the link below or from the company’s website at www.eloxxpharma.com, where a replay will also be available.
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018Time: 10:20 a.m.Audio Webcast Link: http://wsw.com/webcast/cantor7/elox About Eloxx Pharmaceuticals
Eloxx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel RNA-modulating drug candidates (designed to be eukaryotic ribosomal selective glycosides) that are designed to treat rare and ultra-rare premature stop codon diseases. Premature stop codons are point mutations that disrupt protein synthesis from messenger RNA. As a consequence, patients with premature stop codon diseases have reduced or eliminated protein production from the mutation bearing allele accounting for some of the most severe phenotypes in these genetic diseases. These premature stop codons have been identified in over 1,800 rare and ultra-rare diseases. Read-through therapeutic development is focused on extending mRNA half-life and increasing protein synthesis by enabling the cytoplasmic ribosome to read through premature stop codons to produce full-length proteins. Eloxx’s lead investigational product candidate, ELX-02, is a small molecule drug candidate designed to restore production of full-length functional proteins. Eloxx’s preclinical candidate pool consists of a library of novel drug candidates designed to be eukaryotic ribosomal selective glycosides identified based on read-through potential. ELX-02 is in the early stages of clinical development focusing on cystic fibrosis and cystinosis. ELX-02 is an investigational drug that has not been approved by any global regulatory body. Eloxx is headquartered in Waltham, MA, with R&D operations in Rehovot, Israel.
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