EU Supports Microbiome R&D Via Enterome
France's leading microbiome company, Enterome, has raised €32m in a series D financing and secured a €40m loan facility from the European Investment Bank to advance a small molecule and a potential cancer vaccine approach into early-stage clinical studies.
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