Research on the human microbiome is expanding beyond C. difficile, with microbiome-based therapies reaching the clinical trial phase of development for additional disease areas. Investments in this space, including multiple deals made through the Janssen Human Microbiome Institute and several multimillion dollar IPOs, are supporting ongoing development, with several important clinical trial readouts expected in 2020. FDA approval of SER-109, the first microbiome-based therapy for C. difficile, is expected within the next few years and will break ground for a new regulatory approval pathway. With new therapies entering Phase II clinical trials, and more in early-phase R&D, it is increasingly important to understand the potential of the microbiome-based therapy market.
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