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IBS-D Lead May Go To Tioga With Salix Required To Run Another Trial

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Irritable bowel syndrome is a promising, but challenging, U.S. market opportunity. On the one hand it offers a large patient population, which is only modestly served by two prescription therapies, but on the other, FDA sets a high safety bar for approving new IBS therapies because the condition is not seen as life-threatening.
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