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Bone-Building Start-Ups

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

To some, the osteoporosis space may seem crowded with Big Pharma and Big Biotech drugs already on the market and more waiting in the wings. But it's a huge market with many unmet needs, offering start-ups an opportunity to develop even better, safer, more convenient drugs. In this issue we profile four emerging companies that are intent on creating novel bone-building, not just bone-preserving, drugs for the osteoporosis market.

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University of Louisville spin-out Pradama is developing bone-targeting technology that it says will precisely deliver estrogen drugs to promote bone growth without the side effects of other estrogen receptor modulators. Preclinical tests on its lead product for osteoporosis will begin in the first quarter of 2009.

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