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Intercept Hopes Statin Trial Will Lessen Ocaliva's Perceived CV Risk

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After otherwise successful Phase II NASH trial showed Ocaliva can increase a patient's LDL cholesterol levels, Intercept hopes a study in NASH patients who use atorvastatin will show this effect is manageable.

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