BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep. 2, 2015--
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Flex Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLKS), a biotechnology company that is
developing innovative and proprietary treatments for nocturnal leg
cramps and spasms associated with severe neuromuscular conditions, today
announced that Company management will present a corporate overview at
the Rodman & Renshaw 17th Annual Global Investment Conference, on
September 9, 2015 at 11:40 a.m. ET in New York, NY.
A live webcast of Flex Pharma’s presentations at these conferences may
be accessed in the Investor section of the Company’s website at www.flex-pharma.com.
Please log on to the Flex Pharma website approximately 15 minutes prior
to the scheduled webcast to ensure adequate time for any software
downloads that may be required. A replay of the webcast will be
available on Flex Pharma’s website for 2 weeks following each
About Flex Pharma
Flex Pharma, Inc. is a biotechnology company that is developing
innovative and proprietary treatments for exercise-associated muscle
cramps, nocturnal leg cramps, and spasms associated with severe
neuromuscular conditions. In three randomized, blinded,
placebo-controlled, cross-over studies, Flex Pharma's proprietary
treatment has shown a statistically significant reduction in the
intensity of muscle cramps in healthy normal volunteers.
Flex Pharma was founded by National Academy of Sciences members Rod
MacKinnon, M.D. (2003 Nobel Laureate), and Bruce Bean, Ph.D., recognized
leaders in the fields of ion channels and neurobiology, along with
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Christoph Westphal, M.D., Ph.D.
Follow Flex Pharma on twitter (@flexpharma) and visit the Company’s web
site (http://ir.flex-pharma.com/) for
updates of the Company's pre-launch activities for its
consumer product to prevent and treat exercise-associated muscle cramps.
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Flex Pharma, Inc.
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