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Gilead Data Suggest Role For ACC Inhibition In NASH

Executive Summary

With Phase II data showing its ACC inhibitor GS-0976 can significantly reduce hepatic steatosis, Gilead moves a step closer to goal of developing a proprietary combo therapy for NASH.

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