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NorthSea Raises Cash For NASH Program

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NorthSea raises €25m to push icosabutate, its only clinical compound, which was licensed from Pronova BioPharma, into Phase IIb trials for fatty liver disease. The drug has previously been tested in hypertriglyceridemia and dyslipidemia.

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