Well-Funded Seres Races To Be First To Market With A Microbiome Drug
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
After raising $143 million from an IPO in June, Seres Therapeutics is hoping its lead development candidate SER-109, in Phase II for Clostridium difficile, could be the first microbiome-based drug to reach the market.
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