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ValueTheMarkets Podcast 032 – with Maurice Treacy, Chief Commercial Officer of Open Orphan (ORPH)

Today’s guest on the ValueTheMarkets podcast is Maurice Treacy, Chief commercial officer of Open Orphan (LSE:ORPH) The company is focused on rare disease and orphan drug pharma services and aims to achieve rapid growth through the acquisition of smaller, high-margin pharma service providers. Following on from our earlier podcast with CEO, Cathal Friel, Maurice focusses on discussing the technical side of the business.

One of the key offerings the firm is developing is the first Genomic Health Database. Maurice gives further details and outlines the need for the database as well as highlighting the opportunity this presents to Open Orphan.

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