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Is the human bowel a growth opportunity?

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  • In 2010 the former president of Pfizer's innovation center founded Second Genome, a company dedicated to identifying the varieties of bacteria in stool samples and manipulating them to improve human health. Goodman's start-up has raised millions of dollars from venture capitalists.

      In 2010 the former president of Pfizer's innovation center founded Second Genome, a company dedicated to identifying the varieties of bacteria in stool samples and manipulating them to improve human health. Goodman's start-up has raised millions of dollars from venture capitalists.
    Associated Press, 2009

 
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Corey goodman sees financial opportunity in strange places, specifically the human bowel. in 2010 the former president of pfizer's innovation center founded second genome, a company dedicated to identifying the varieties of bacteria in stool samples and manipulating them to improve human health. goodman's start-up has raised millions of dollars from venture capitalists.

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