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Wednesday 01 August, 2018

PureTech Health PLC

Total Voting Rights

RNS Number : 5460W
PureTech Health PLC
01 August 2018
 

1 August 2018

 

PureTech Health plc

Total Voting Rights and Share Capital - Month End Disclosure

 

Pursuant to DTR 5.6.1 of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules:

As at 31 July 2018 the issued share capital of PureTech Health plc comprised 282,463,969 Ordinary shares of one pence each.  There were no shares held in treasury.

The total number of voting rights in PureTech Health plc is therefore 282,463,969.

This information may be used by shareholders in their calculations to determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, PureTech Health plc under the FCA's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules. 

 

About PureTech Health

PureTech Health (LSE: PRTC) is an advanced, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel medicines for dysfunctions of the Brain-Immune-Gut (BIG). The Company has developed deep insight into the connection between these systems and the resulting role in many chronic diseases, which represent the majority of healthcare spend and have proven resistant to established therapeutic approaches. By harnessing this emerging field of human biology, PureTech Health has developed new categories of medicines with the potential to have great impact on people with serious diseases.

PureTech Health is advancing a rich pipeline of innovative therapies across two divisions. Its Affiliates division includes two product candidates that are preparing for potential regulatory approval in the United States and Europe and a number of clinical and pre-clinical programmes. These affiliates have developed ground-breaking platforms and therapeutic candidates in collaboration with some of the world's leading scientific experts.

PureTech's Internal division (Ariya) is advancing a pipeline fuelled by recent discoveries in lymphatics and immune cell trafficking to modulate disease in a tissue-specific manner. These programmes build on a new understanding of the transport and biodistribution of various immune system components in order to develop targeted therapies for diseases with major unmet needs including cancer and autoimmune and neuroimmune disorders. One of these programs, which is focused on the oral administration of nucleic acids and other biologics using milk exosomes, is being advanced in collaboration with Roche for the potential application across their antisense oligonucleotides platform.

 

 

 

For more information, visit www.puretechhealth.com or connect with us on Twitter @puretechh.

Contact:


PureTech Health

FTI Consulting


Allison Mead Talbot

+1 617 651 3156

[email protected]

Ben Atwell, Rob Winder

+44 (0) 20 3727 1000

 

 


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