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UNION Initiates Collaboration with Brown University & Rhode Island Hospital to Fight H. pylori

COPENHAGEN, NOVEMBER 13, 2018 – UNION, a privately held, clinical stage, pharmaceutical company targeting inflammatory and microbiome-related disorders today announced a partnership between Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital and UNION to join forces in the development of a new treatment for Helicobacter pylori. Morten Sommer, CSO at UNION, commented “We are honored and excited to be working with Professor Mylonakis and his group from Brown University to develop a new treatment with great prospects for patients across the world”

H. pylori is one of the world’s most prevalent pathogens and unless treated, colonization usually has lifelong persistence. Most people with H. pylori colonization never experience symptoms, however, each year millions colonized with H. pylori develop gastrointestinal diseases which are also linked to cancer and mortality. Unfortunately, the increase in antibiotic resistance is reducing effective treatment options, hence highlighting the need for new microbiome sparing alternatives.

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