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Gilead Buys Nimbus NASH Drug To Dominate Another Liver Disease

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Gilead Sciences Inc. knows a thing or two about developing successful liver disease therapies, since it owns the world's top two hepatitis C drugs in terms of sales, and now the company is attempting to dominate another liver disease with the purchase of Nimbus Apollo Inc. for up to $1.2bn.

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