Ferring's Microbiome Success Based On Much More Than Gut Instinct
No Substitute For Well-Run Trials, Swiss Group's Head Says
"There's a lot of hope and hype still in the microbiome sphere," Ferring's president Per Falk tells Scrip, but the rewards could be considerable for companies that can deliver well-documented safety and efficacy data and do not take try to take shortcuts.
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