Snipr Biome and US cancer hospital target gut microbes in attempt to eradicate immune therapy side effects

The preclinical collaboration with the US cancer hospital MD Anderson could prove crucial for the biotech company when it raises capital in 2022.

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At Snipr Biome, preparations to break out of its mold have begun.

Even though the company's main focus has been developing treatments for difficult-to-treat infections, Snipr is now setting its sights on an entirely new area by partnering with the prestigious Texan cancer hospital MD Anderson. Snipr is now going to help the improve side effects of immune therapy.

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