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Synthetic Biologics’ Ribaxamase Setback Shows Difficulty Of C. Difficile Development

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Company believes there is a path forward for developing ribaxamase in Phase III, based on discussions with the FDA, but deaths in Phase II meant loss of breakthrough designation.

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