Botanix co-founder says interest for sweat-stopper gel is keeping him bullish ahead of FDA review | The West Australian

Botanix’s co-founder and Executive Director, Matt Callahan, was featured in a story in The West Australian newspaper by business reporter Cheyanne Encisco.

The article highlighted the FDA’s upcoming mid-cycle review of Botanix’s application for its lead product, Sofpironium Bromide gel, for the treatment of primary axillary hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive underarm sweating.

In the article, Mr Callahan spoke confidently of the imminent mid-cycle review, and that a positive outcome would substantially de-risk the probability of approval.

“We’re very confident going into this review, given all the work that we’ve done, that we’ve ticked all the boxes,” Mr Callahan said.

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This broker says Botanix Pharma’s share price could more than triple on an FDA approval | Stockhead

A recent analyst report by Euroz Hartleys predicting significant upside for Botanix if the Company’s Sofpironium Bromide New Drug Application (NDA) is successful, has been featured on Stockhead.

Journalist Eddy Sunarto highlighted the analyst’s prediction that the share price could triple if FDA approval for the treatment of primary axillary hyperhidrosis is achieved in Q3 of this year.

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Analyst Report by Euroz Hartleys – 01 February 2023

Euroz Hartleys has published an analyst note, reporting that the mid-cycle review for Botanix’s FDA New Drug Application (NDA) for Sofpironium Bromide remains on track for this quarter (Q1 CY23).

Analyst Seth Lizée noted the experience of the Botanix team in securing FDA-approval, and successfully commercialising over 30 products. He classified Botanix as a ‘Speculative Buy, Target Price $0.27’, commenting:

“We believe Sofpironium Bromide could potentially do A$130m of sales in the USA within its first year based on the number of prescriptions the drug is currently doing through its partner in Japan, a country which has a population nearly a third the size of the USA.”

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