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Gilead Pays Phenex $100m Milestone As NASH Candidate Progresses

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With hepatitis C wrapped up, NASH is becoming the focus of liver disease R&D. Gilead, which has a number of NASH programs, has paid Phenex $100m for clinical progress with an in-licensed candidate for NASH and other liver diseases.

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