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AGI Therapeutics Ltd.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Gastrointestinal specialty pharma AGI Therapeutics has assembled a pipeline of six products, four of which are in Phase II trials. It is concentrating most of its efforts in functional GI disorders--IBS, functional dyspepsia and diarrhea, but its portfolio also includes a controlled-release proton pump inhibitor for a niche of the GERD market. In addition, it has an early-stage program in inflammatory bowel disease.

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