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Cirius CEO Bob Baltera On Being In Hot Pursuit Of NASH

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In a video interview at the Biotech Showcase, Cirius CEO Bob Baltera explains his company's approach to NASH and looks forward to milestones ahead for its insulin-sensitizing lead candidate MSDC-0602K.

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