LONDON, April 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Quantum Genomics reported its yearly results, which highlighted the significantprogress the company has made towards the commercialisation of its product, QGC001, for treatment of hypertension (HT) and heart failure (HF). In 2016, the company both completed a 34-person Phase II HT trial (results expected June
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We have increased our valuation of Quantum Genomics to €180m or €20.60 per share from €172m or €20.51 per share. This is due to advancing our NPVs, offset by lower net cash and moving up some R&D spending. We expect to update our valuation following the release of results in June 2017 from the previously completed Phase IIa HT trial.
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