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Combination Strategies A Common Thread In NASH R&D

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Intercept continues to lead the non-alcoholic steatohepatitis race, but some analysts think Gilead is making up ground; data presented at AASLD shows those two, along with Allergan/Tobira and Bristol, are jockeying to produce combination regimens for the unmet medical need.

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