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Enterome Building A Microbiome R&D Presence Via Pharma Deals

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The number of microbiome-based companies is growing with scientific breakthroughs in this area. Pierre Belichard, CEO of the French gut microbiome focused company Enterome, talked to Scrip at the Biotrinity 2017 meeting in London about its partnerships, pipeline progress and his plans for the future.

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