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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN ASARINA PHARMA AB (publ)

NOTE: This is an unofficial translation of the original Swedish notice. In case of discrepancies, the Swedish version shall prevail.  The shareholders of Asarina Pharma AB (publ) reg. no. 556698-0750 (the “Company”) are hereby given notice of the Annual General Meeting (the “AGM”) to be held on 4 May 2022.

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Asarina Pharma AB (publ) Year-end Report 2021 released

Peter Nordkild, CEO: “We enter the new financial year with renewed energy and optimism after Region Hovedstaden finally signed the required papers for our clinical test sites in Copenhagen, and we achieved ‘First Patient First Visit’ on 16 February in our phase IIa clinical study in Tourette syndrome. We are now moving ahead confidently in…

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First patient in for landmark Tourette Syndrome study

(Stockholm, 16 February, 2022.) Asarina Pharma announces today that ‘First Patient First Visit’ has taken place in its phase IIa clinical study in Tourette syndrome at Bispebjerg University Hospital, Copenhagen. The Asarina compound being trialled, Sepranolone, is an endogenous neurosteroid that has already demonstrated a strong safety profile in previous clinical studies. In preclinical studies…

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Asarina Pharma receives final approval for landmark phase IIa Tourette study

(Stockholm, Sweden, 22 December, 2021.) The Capital Region of Denmark (Region Hovedstaden) has now given official approval to Asarina Pharma to begin its phase IIa study in Tourette, following a four-month delay due to an administrative backlog

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Asarina Pharma AB (publ) Q3 Report 2021 released

Asarina Pharma CEO Peter Nordkild: “While we made progress in several areas during Q3 2021, it was frustrating for us that our phase IIa study in Tourette Syndrome was delayed. We now expect our first patients to be included in the Study in December.”

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