Open Orphan and Russ Mould on 5 Things to Fear in 2020
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
11:25, 10th January 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Open Orphan and Russ Mould on 5 Things to Fear in 2020

Cathal Friel, CEO of Open Orphan (ORPH) FOLLOW discusses their new 3-year contract with a tier one German pharmaceutical company and progress on their merger with Hvivo (HVO).

Open Orphan plc is a European-focused, rare and orphan drug consulting services platform. The Company intends to roll up a number of orphan drug services businesses. Open Orphan has two data driven digital platforms, a Genomic Health Data Platform, which is establishing a rare disease database and a Virtual Rep platform enabling pharmaceutical companies to engage key opinion leaders and physicians. The Company is targeting rapid growth in one of the fastest growing sectors in the global pharmaceutical industry targeting under-supplied treatment for life threatening or very serious diseases and rare disorders.

Russ Mould, Investment Director at stockbroker AJ Bell talks about 5 Things to Fear in 2020.

(Interview starts at 10 minutes 17 seconds)

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