LSE visit to Alderley Park site

Mark Fahy, the head of the UK small & mid-cap team at the London Stock Exchange visited Redx’s Alderley Park site to present a commemorative plaque to Redx on becoming a public company.

“It was a pleasure to welcome Mark to our labs and we appreciated the gesture”, said Neil Murray, chief executive of Redx Pharma. “We have been delighted with the response to our IPO and look forward to reporting on our continuing progress as an AIM-quoted company.”

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