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2024-06-26 Årsstämma 2024
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2023-03-30 X-dag ordinarie utdelning SOFTX 0.00 NOK
2023-02-17 Bokslutskommuniké 2022
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2022-08-15 Kvartalsrapport 2022-Q2
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2022-04-19 X-dag ordinarie utdelning SOFTX 0.00 NOK
2022-04-17 Årsstämma 2022
2022-02-16 Bokslutskommuniké 2021
2021-12-29 Extra Bolagsstämma 2021
2021-11-17 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q3
2021-09-08 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q2
2021-04-29 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q1
2021-04-14 X-dag ordinarie utdelning SOFTX 0.00 NOK
2021-04-13 Årsstämma 2021
2021-02-09 Bokslutskommuniké 2020
2020-12-14 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q3
2020-09-30 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q2
2020-07-01 X-dag ordinarie utdelning SOFTX 0.00 NOK
2020-06-30 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q1
2020-06-30 Årsstämma 2020
2019-12-20 Extra Bolagsstämma 2019
2019-06-27 Årsstämma 2019
2019-06-03 X-dag ordinarie utdelning SOFTX 0.00 NOK
2018-07-02 Split SOFTX 1:50


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SoftOx Solutions är ett norskt medicintekniskt bolag. Bolaget har utvecklat en egenpatenterad lösning baserad på ättiksyra för behandling av kroniska sår hos patienter. Lösningen används för att eliminera infektioner i samband med biofilmer, vilket består av olika kluster av bakterier. En del av läkemedelsutvecklingen sker i samarbete med övriga forskningsinstitut. SoftOx Solutions etablerades under 2012 och har sitt huvudkontor i Oslo, Norge.
2024-01-08 16:01:34
OSLO - 8th of January 2024: Through 2023, SoftOx Solutions (SoftOx) has
restructured the entire business, as a consequence of a cost base that was too
high and an operating model that was not optimal. Following this operational
restructuring, SoftOx has now initiated a process of evaluating different
financing alternatives.

SoftOx's patent-protected technology has shown an excellent ability to
contribute to solving some of the world's biggest health challenges, such as
antimicrobial resistance and viral infections in the lungs and in wounds. "If we
succeed developing SoftOx technology for wound and respiratory care, it will be
an alternative to today's antibiotic in more than 50% of the cases which lead to
death from Antimicrobial Resistance in 2019", says Professor Thomas Bjarnsholt,
Chief Scientific Officer of SoftOx Solutions AS.

"Despite the fact that last year was a tough year for SoftOx, several positive
actions can be highlighted. The strategy for the new SoftOx shall soundly
develop the SoftOx technology going forward and enhance shareholder value. With
a clear strategy for bringing products to market and continued research &
development over the next 2-3 years, our ambition is to deliver results that
will confirm a significant value potential within Wound Care, at the same time
as secured funding from the European Defence Fund (EDF) will further develop
SoftOx Inhalation Solutions (SIS)", says Geir Almaas, executive Chairman of
SoftOx Solutions.

The strategy depends on successful financial restructuring of the company,
including a solution to the company's convertible debt of about NOK 67 million.

The following progress has been made during 2023:

Changed Business Model:
- Established a small and effective organization reducing cost base by 70%:
- Outsourced product development for SIS and EDF.
- Prepared a drop down of Wound & Skin care to become a separate company
covering its own cost.
- Achieved a sufficient reduction in the short-term unsecured debt.
New Research & Development results:
- Next Generation SoftOx technology: The next generation technology will have
highly improved stability, even with high concentrations. An abstract of
SoftOx Next Generation technology was presented at the US Military Health
System Research Symposium in Florida in August.
- Biofilm removal: Research results from use of SoftOx technology in dental
health show a unique ability to remove oral biofilm, to prevent and treat
Customer acceptance and distribution agreement
- Talks with major international players on distribution of animal
health products worldwide, and distribution of human wound rinse in

"New SoftOx" - Going forward the next two-three years
The new cost-effective business model, promising results from Next Generation
technology, and additional research results, create the foundation for the
strategy going forward.

Next Generation SoftOx technology - stable solutions at higher concentrations
SoftOx' clinical studies in wounds have shown that the human body is tolerant of
higher doses of the active ingredient hypochlorous acid than was originally
anticipated. These findings set the conditions for the development of higher
concentrations and more stable solution of hypochlorous acid than what was
possible with SoftOx 's First Generation technology.

With the purpose of developing this next generation of SoftOx technology an
industrial PhD program was established at the Department of Pharmacy at the
University of Oslo. An abstract of Next Generation SoftOx was presented at the
US Military Health System Research Symposium in Florida in August 2023. Patent
pending, filed Autumn 2022.

Strategically, this technological leap means that SoftOx considers itself to
have leading technology for products based on hypochlorous acid. This new
technology enables the development of products with higher efficacy and longer
shelf-time than what we see in the market today.

The EDF/COUNTERACT project has synergies to the development of SoftOx Next
Generation Inhalation solution for the civilian market. The EDF project Phase I
aims at regulatory bridging on API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) and
finding the maximum tolerated dose in humans. "The synergies between the
military development program and the civilian development are clear, and the
market potential is great. Hopefully we will be able to achieve grants from
future EDF-programs for phase 2 and 3 when we have successfully finished the
program that has already been funded through EDF/COUNTERACT" says Christian
Harstad, Interim CEO SoftOx Solutions.

- Inhalation Military: Research and development continue, funded by the
EDF/COUNTERACT program until Phase I study (Maximum Tolerated Dose) is
completed in 2025.
- Inhalation Civilian: Civilian development of the inhalation project
will require NOK 30 million in separate funding for a Phase II study
(Proof of Concept for hospital acquired pneumonia (HAP)). To avoid
doble work and to keep required capital at a minimum, the company
plans to conduct this Phase II study when we have maximum tolerated
dose data from the EDF/COUNTERACT studies. These data will be
available late 2025.

In 2023 SoftOx entered into an agreement with the University of Copenhagen for
the development of the company's unique technology, where SoftOx outsource its
research and product development to the University of Copenhagen.

"University of Copenhagen has some of the best scientists in the world within
the field of antimicrobial resistance and infections. Together we will establish
new and innovative solutions for fighting infections in the respiratory system",
says Harstad.

Wound Care
During 2024, the company intends to continue the work to separate the Wound and
Skin care business into a separate company. As a basis for this work, in
February 2023, SoftOx obtained an external valuation of the wound technology as
a stand-alone technology, which estimated a "fair market value" of the
technology to be NOK 2.1 billion (USD 200 million), with significant value
upside after successful completion of Phase II study.

It was a severe setback for the company when the American health authorities,
FDA in January 2023 rejected the company's application to register SoftOx Wound
Rinse as a Medical Device class 2 in the USA. The reason for rejection was
insufficient clinical documentation.

"We had large international distributors ready to distribute SoftOx Wound Rinse
and we had built up production facilities at Fornebu. With production and
distribution in place, together with excellent clinical results, SoftOx Wound
and Skin care would have been ready for sale or separate listing. Following this
experience, we have decided to cooperate with leading partners instead of trying
to do everything ourselves", says Almaas.

Establish a new SoftOx Wound and Skin company
We have considered several solutions for Wound and Skin care, including
discussions of merger with a specific NASDAQ NY listed company where SoftOx
should keep approximately 85% of the shares in the merged company. After careful
considerations, SoftOx concluded that before seeking a listing, SoftOx should
receive further clinical data. SoftOx has therefore chosen a model where we
first establish Wound and Skin care as a non-listed company and prepare it for
either future sale or listing.

The strategy for the new Wound and Skin company will be:
- Finance the new company with separate funding of about EUR 10 million.
- Achieve regulatory approval of Medical Device wound cleanser in Europe
and US.
- Perform Phase 2 for SoftOx Biofilm Eradicator (SBE):
- The estimated probability of success is statistically over 80%.
- According to the external valuation report the estimated value will
double after successful phase 2 (see attachments).
- Establish an outsourced production for both first- and second-
generation technology.
- Through partners and distributors, bring products to market within
animal health care, human wound health care, oral health care and skin
- Within two to three years list/sell the Wound and Skin care company on
a relevant international market. If successful, Wound and Skin care
can finance further development of SIS or be used to pay dividends to

SoftOx Solutions AS
Mail: ir@soft-ox.com
Phone: (+47) 977 50 071 (Chairman of the Board Geir Almås)

About SoftOx Solutions AS
SoftOx Solutions AS (SoftOx, listed on Euronext Growth Oslo) is a Medtech and
clinical-stage pharmaceutical company based in Oslo, Norway, with the goal of
reducing the spread of infection and emergence of antimicrobial resistance.
For more information on SoftOx, visit www.soft-ox.com