Boehringer Ingelheim makes million-euro investment in fight against antibiotic resistance

The pharmaceutical firm is investing EUR 30m in a new biotech company focused on precision medicine to treat infections.

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German pharmaceutical firm Boehringer Ingelheim is investing EUR 30m to combat drug-resistant bacteria. Forming an alliance with Evotec and Biomérieux, the firms have established Aurobac Therapeutics, a biotech firm with a precision medicine approach to infection treatment, as reported by Fierce Biotech.

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