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[Funding alert] Canada-based Neurenati Therapeutics Secures $1.2Million in Seed Funding

Canada-based Neurenati Therapeutic secures $1.2million in seed funding. Genson Capital led the funding round. The funding will be used by the company to expedite the development of NEU-001.

Canada-based Neurenati Therapeutic secures $1.2million in seed funding. Genson Capital led the funding round. The funding will be used by the company to expedite the development of NEU-001.

A treatment for Hirschsprung’s disease (HSCR), an uncommon gastrointestinal ailment that impacts roughly 100 babies in Canada annually. The biotech business Neurenati Therapeutics, led by President and CEO Maxime Ranger, is committed to creating treatments for uncommon illnesses.

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The first piece of technology focuses on Hirschsprung disease (HSCR), a potentially fatal gastrointestinal (GI) birth abnormality marked by nerve loss in certain areas of the lower gastrointestinal tract. In order to treat neonates with HSCR and prevent the need for surgery and the difficulties that come with it, a growth factor therapy is suggested.

About Neurenati Therapeutics

A cutting-edge biotechnology startup called Neurenati Therapeutics is creating a novel therapy for Hirschsprung’s illness. The company is dedicated to getting this treatment into clinical practice and has the backing of multiple medical professionals, including gastroenterologists and experts in clinical trials on rare disorders. Maxime Ranger, a serial entrepreneur, also supports the initiative.

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