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Swedish biotech firm gets green light to take diabetes candidate to clinical phase

Atrogi is starting clinical studies of its type 2 diabetes candidate, ATR-258, in Germany.

Atrogi CEO Alexandra Ekman Ryding | Photo: Atrogi /PR

Atrogi, a biotech firm based in Sweden, is entering the clinical phase with its new class of molecules for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

The company has just received authorization to start trials in humans, the company reports in a press release.

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