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Madrigal Believes It Holds The Key To NASH: Clearing The Fat

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Emerging Company Profile: With its first-in-class selective THR beta agonist, Madrigal thinks it may have a candidate, now in Phase II, that will offer reversal of liver damage in NASH patients with an excellent safety profile. It hopes to begin Phase III studies with MGL-3196 before the end of 2018.

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