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Stealthy NGM And Bristol Emerge As Serious NASH Competitors

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No longer quiet NGM Bio unveils Phase II data at EASL showing rapid and significant reductions of hepatic fat, while Bristol announces a partnership to produce a non-invasive diagnostic for NASH and presents promising Phase II data for its FGF21 analogue.

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