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Ardelyx Gets IBS-C Approval, But Focus Remains On Hyperphosphatemia

Executive Summary

Tenapanor approved for IBS-C as Ibsrela, but Ardelyx is still seeking a commercial partner for that indication – and is maintaining focus on same molecule in hyperphosphatemia.

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