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Enthera’s ‘Regenerative Immunology’ Approach Breaks New Ground In Diabetes And IBD

Exclusive Interview With CEO Giovanni Amabile

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Italy’s Enthera Pharmaceuticals is targeting a novel stem cell apoptosis pathway involved in several autoimmune diseases, with the aim of restoring cell and organ functions to their original state. The biotech recently closed a €35m series A financing round, the largest the country has seen to date.

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