DTx Pharma to Participate in the 2021 BMO BioPharma Day: Spotlight on Rare Disease and Ophthalmology

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SAN DIEGO, Jun 16, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DTx Pharma, Inc. (DTx), a privately-held biotechnology company creating novel RNA-based therapeutics to treat the genetic drivers of disease, announced today that Arthur T. Suckow, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, will host virtual one-on-one meetings at the 2021 BMO BioPharma Day: Spotlight on Rare Disease and Ophthalmology on June 22, 2021. Dr. Suckow will also participate on an ophthalmology panel at 8:30 AM EST on the same day.

About DTx Pharma

DTx Pharma, Inc. is a privately-held biotechnology company based in San Diego, CA creating novel RNA-based therapeutics to treat the genetic drivers of disease. The company’s proprietary delivery technology platform utilizes fatty acids as targeting ligands to enable the delivery of oligonucleotide therapies to tissues and cell types throughout the body. In preclinical studies, DTx has demonstrated cellular uptake and broad activity of oligonucleotides in the retina, muscle, heart, neurons, T cells, and other specialized cell types. To advance the FALCON platform toward and into clinical development, DTx has raised more than $100M in combined investment from several of the world’s leading healthcare investors including RA Capital Management and Access Biotechnology, pharmaceutical companies such as Eli Lilly and Company, the National Institute of Health (NIH), and research foundations such as the CMT Research Foundation (CMTRF). To learn more about DTx Pharma, please visit www.dtxpharma.com and follow DTx on LinkedIn and Twitter @DTxPharma.

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Contacts

Media:
Jeanene Timberlake
RooneyPartners
646-770-8858
jtimberlake@rooneyco.com

Company:
Denise Bevers
Chief Operating Officer
619-723-6476
dbevers@dtxpharma.com

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