GP is a disorder of the stomach in which contents from the stomach do not move efficiently into the small intestine. The digestive system, including the stomach, uses muscular contractions to move its contents along the gastrointestinal tract. Gastroparesis results when there is some damage or malfunction to this process in the stomach, resulting in symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, severe abdominal pain, bacterial infections and weight loss. Diabetics are particularly susceptible to this condition. The total prevalent population of gastroperesis worldwide is expected to increase from 33.7 million persons in 2017 to 36.2 million persons in 2030 (Source: DelveInsight report July 2020). No existing therapies adequately meet these patients’ need.