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12/18/2019

Latiglutenase for Celiac Disease Shows Symptom, Quality of Life Improvement

ImmunogenX, a clinical stage biotherapeutics company, has published the results of their phase 2 trial testing latiglutenase—an orally administered treatment for celiac disease (CD). Latiglutenase was shown to be safe and effective in reducing the symptoms of seropositive celiac disease patients on a gluten-free diet. A significant improvement in both symptom severity and quality of…

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10/24/2019

Cour Pharmaceuticals Announces Deal with Takeda for Celiac Treatment

Cour Pharmaceuticals has announced a $420 million licensing deal with Takeda Pharmaceuticals following a favorable outcome of their phase 2 trial for celiac disease. The company released data from a small phase 2a study at the annual United European Gastroenterology organization meeting showing that its treatment, CNP-101, cut levels of inflammation-promoting cytokines. The technology was…

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8/6/2019

Bay Area Celiac Disease Study

Researchers are collecting blood samples to learn more about the antigens that cause certain T cells to trigger intestinal damage in celiac disease patients. Complete a 30-minute study from home & be compensated $50 for your time.

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