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Snipr Biome CEO delighted over FDA fast-track status

CEO Christian Grøndahl now looks forward to more communication with the FDA, which could allow for Snipr Biome’s drug candidate to reach the market faster than before.

Christian Grøndahl, co-founder and CEO of Snipr Biome | Photo: EY / PR

Co-Founder and CEO at Snipr Biome Christian Grøndahl is very excited about the fact that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently awarded its special fast-track designation to the biotech company’s candidate, SNIPR001.

”It’s not given out very often, and receiving such special treatment from the FDA is very favorable. It is in part an acknowledgement of the great need for the drug, but also that our experimental drug looks promising,” Grøndahl tells MedWatch.

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