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TRLS Trellus Health Plc

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20 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trellus Health Plc LSE:TRLS London Ordinary Share GB00BNNFM402 ORD GBP0.0006
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.65 1.50 1.80 1.65 1.65 1.65 0.00 07:40:53
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Offices Of Medical Doctors 19k -6.34M -0.0392 -0.42 2.66M
Trellus Health Plc is listed in the Offices Of Medical Doctors sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRLS. The last closing price for Trellus Health was 1.65p. Over the last year, Trellus Health shares have traded in a share price range of 1.65p to 9.20p.

Trellus Health currently has 161,508,333 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Trellus Health is £2.66 million. Trellus Health has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.42.

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Watched the investor call. Totally underwhelmed, but in absence of sensible user numbers/revenue there's not much else to say. The founder sounds very good and all the hard ground work seems to have been done. It's basically trading at the value of the cash held (about £11.5 my calc versus m'cap of £12.1)
Does anyone have any thoughts on this as an investment. I'm actually in a small profit having bought loads at 5p. I like the people and believe in the product. I'd like to load up with more but, as yet, no one has proven that a demand exists for what it's offering. All opinions welcome.

Results tomorrow
Low liquidity a small amount of trades will move the dial.Plus they are trading well below cash and have results due in 2 weeks, it seems they are a client of VOX Markets and Christopher Mills is a major holder so I expect VOX will start the marketing as soon as they announce, any good news of the enrolment numbers and we could be in for a good ride
Seemingly out of nowhere, Interims aren't due until 28th.. - what are we thinking?
Bit of excitement here today...
How much debt does the company have
Breakeven is on the IMC slide deckAt $100 per patient per month, breakeven at 6200 members (2.5% of TAM)Cash at $19m 2022 v $24m 2021, burn below $700k per month in 2023, cash into 2025 (at current revenue levels and capital investment)In early and late stage discussions with several health plans 2023 expecting revenue take off as 2022 pilot contracts roll into commercial agreements.130 patients currently enrolled (a long way to 6200)TRLS need to announce contracts and enrolment numbers for this to recover
It was $19m (not £). If you listen to the last IMC presentation they say they were getting through $1m a month so that would last until the end of July 24. However, they have undertaken a cost control exercise to reduce this and in the annual report say "Our management team continues to focus on good cash control and our net cash position of $19.1 million as of 31 December 2022 is sufficient to provide a runway into at least 2025 (on conservative growth assumptions)".

The key question with this company is When will breakeven come? If you listen to the presentation from 13m 20s in (slide 11) you may well decide that it is at present uncertain. So the next question is Will the cash run out before that?

Yes, there's something very odd going on here!
Anyone got a theory?
I loaded up on Friday at 5p. Thinking of adding yet more.

MCAP £9m / Cash £19m !!!! WTF ?
Worthy of note -

FDA’s Landmark Guidance on Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs) Signals a New Era of Patient-Centered Research

With the FDA’s acceptance and encouragement of decentralized trials, we can expect to see a continued shift towards remote trial conduct, virtual sites, and the use of innovative digital technologies.

May 11, 2023

DCTs are no longer just a novelty or an experimental approach but a legitimate and encouraged approach to clinical trial conduct. Virtual clinical trials enhance patient participation while reducing patient burden, ultimately providing a more flexible trial model. The successful implementation of these trials requires a well-trained team that can navigate the complexities of remote study conduct and ensure the quality and integrity of the data collected.

With the FDA’s acceptance and encouragement of decentralized trials, we can expect to see a continued shift towards remote trial conduct, virtual sites, and the use of innovative digital technologies. As the industry continues to embrace these advancements, we can look forward to a future where clinical research is more accessible, patient-centered, and ultimately more successful in delivering breakthrough therapies to those who need them most.

Full story -

Relevance -

Recall the following from the Half-year Report:

We are in late-stage discussions with two large pharmaceutical companies in the US, one for patient support services and another for clinical trials screening, and we are in ongoing discussions with two patient services partners who deliver programs to pharmaceutical companies as part of a centralized patient support hub. We believe that our methodology will help pharmaceutical companies to improve patient adherence behaviors, encourage customer loyalty and engagement, and support clinical trial screening. Success under our B2B2C model will see those organisations driving their own members to the Trellus platform.

Food for thought, as Trellus Health's digital offerings appears to also align quite well with the shift to DCT's.

Hahahaha dunno, but, my investment appears to be perking up, I think it's starting to make me feel better.
This might not be the bottom but I bought £5k here. There are lots of negatives, but there is time and cash (it qualifies as a Ben Graham Net Net which has returned 460% over the last 11 years). They may need a stock market oriented CEO who is prepared to do the things which creates the noise to get people interested, but in the meantime we have a results day plus hopefully an "Investor Meet Company" or similar following that. There was no liquidity for that £5k, so it is just available to private punters at this price. No guarantee at all of a long term win, but that doesn't have to matter. Could tank to 4p if they come with nothing to say.
IBS in many cases is down to stress and fear. Reminds me of that line in Ben-Hur 'row well, and live'. We're all slaves to the State and are compelled to take part in its mad circus.
TRLS seems to fit right in there with the Commission's view of the future. Well done Wan.
A very large and growing global market (unfortunately) awaits the 'combination' of technology and drugs that can deliver affordable and impactful care -


The economic burden of inflammatory bowel disease
The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Published:May, 2023

Globally, the burden of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasing. Although the incidence of IBD in many western countries appears to be stabilising, it remains high (eg, around 50 cases per 100 000 in northern Denmark in 2020), and as an incurable, chronic condition set against a backdrop of ageing populations, prevalence is rising. Data from Lothian, Scotland, for instance, suggest that one in 125 individuals had IBD in 2018, which is projected to rise to one in 98 by 2028 (and one in 65 for those >80 years).

This continued growth in prevalence will inevitably lead to increased use of health-care resources by patients with IBD, particularly as populations age and management becomes more complicated. Although there have been welcome developments in our therapeutic armamentarium against IBD, many of these new drugs will be expensive, and greater use of biologics and small molecule drugs, aggressive early treatment strategies, and intensive disease monitoring will place a heavy burden on health-care resources that are already stretched in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And besides such direct costs, indirect costs—ie, those related to disabilities or impairments that result in work productivity loss—are likely to rise too.

The aim of The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology Commission on the cost of IBD in high-income settings, published in this issue, was to examine the current costs of care for IBD and the drivers involved in its increasing economic burden, and to explore means to deliver affordable, equitable care for those with IBD in the future. Estimation of the true costs of IBD was not feasible, given the heterogeneity of health-care systems and a lack of transparency in how prices for medications and services are set across the world. Nonetheless, the Commission found that IBD has exerted an increasing financial burden in almost all high-income countries, primarily driven—as anticipated—by new, expensive drugs and intensive disease monitoring and treatment approaches. In addition, the Commission identified societal and structural factors—eg, inequalities in access to care—that also drive costs.

The Commission proposes a wide range of actions that should be explored to deliver affordable IBD care. One particularly timely option is the greater adoption of biosimilars. Although savings with the introduction of infliximab biosimilars were not as great as anticipated, between eight and ten adalimumab biosimilars are anticipated to enter the market in the USA this year, which could help drive down costs. Other options include task shifting of care, for instance involving greater use of IBD nurses, and the adoption of digital technology to simplify patient–health-care provider communication and disease monitoring. Continued research into personalised IBD medicine is essential.

Very good RNS. The company is now in to commercialisation, the product is very well received, funding should last in to 2025 and growth and new opportunities are forecast. Apart from a report of a huge revenue stream, I don't know what else they could have achieved.

I think clinicians will drive the adoption of Trellus's system as, from what I've heard from sufferers, the current treatments are not well organised and fragmented and this is leading to a moral sapping environment for them to work in. Everybody likes to have successful workplace experiences and clinicians are no different.

We now have the Trading Update, which is welcomed.

Revenues are set to grow throughout 2023, albeit from a low base, from the existing and other projects under discussion (which may also included the unmentioned pharma discussions) -

"With early revenue generation having commenced, the Company expects this to grow throughout FY 2023 as a greater number and range of projects are both underway and under discussion. The continued generation of data allows for larger scale discussions and agreements to be reached over time, including more material B2B2C contracts."

Well, do we assume that the delay of around 6 weeks in launching the D2C IBS offering (still ahead of the originally expected launch for IBS in H1 2023) has had a bearing on the delayed TU?

Not to mention the progression to late-stage discussions with several pharma co.'s and patient services partners who deliver programs to pharmaceutical companies, is perhaps also taking longer, and I can see that some pharma's have an interest in addressing IBS (and IBD e.g. Takeda), and that a certain patient service partner covers IBS, but not IBD.

I am trying to remain somewhat optimistic (but it's wearing thinner by the day) but in any regard, the share price performance since admission to AIM has been utterly uninspiring, and thus the management have a 'lot' to do to change that!

So the last day of February and apparently nothing to report on progress. No RNS. At an all time low. Can't they make something up?!
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