Zealand Pharma will have crucial data ready in few weeks

The company is currently waiting on phase III data for glepaglutide, which could open many doors for the company in the future.

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Zealand Pharma has concluded a phase III study of drug candidate glepaglutide, and is now waiting on important data to come in before sharing it with the public, reports Danish media Finans.

Glepaglutide is Zealand’s attempt at treating the rare disease known as short bowel syndrome. The current market for this condition is dominated by the Gattex therapy sold by Takeda.

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