Boehringer Ingelheim Confident Of A Happier Ending In NASH Than HCV
With a Phase II AOC3 inhibitor and a pair of preclinical partnerships with RNAi companies, the German pharma is taking its time to investigate a variety of approaches to the multi-factorial disease.
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