Jason Springs, Endpoint Health CEO

Pre­ci­sion drug + di­ag­nos­tics biotech scores mod­est Se­ries A, retro­fitting ex­ist­ing drug for new in­di­ca­tion

A small biotech is go­ing af­ter sep­sis — and it has raised some more mon­ey to ad­vance that goal and get its new­ly-ac­quired drug in­to the clin­ic.

With $52 mil­lion in debt and eq­ui­ty funds via a Se­ries A, pre­ci­sion ther­a­peu­tics out­fit End­point Health (no re­la­tion to End­points News) now has the cap­i­tal to al­so con­sid­er ex­pand­ing in­to au­toim­mune in­di­ca­tions, CEO Ja­son Springs tells End­points News.

The funds will push the biotech’s plat­form and pipeline for­ward, plus move the start­up’s in-li­censed drug to Phase II clin­i­cal tri­als and sub­mit an IND and IDE (In­ves­ti­ga­tion­al De­vice Ex­emp­tion) to the FDA lat­er in 2022, the com­pa­ny said Thurs­day.

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