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Pfizer Working To Catch Up In NASH With Fat-Reducing Compounds

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Just moving into Phase II with a pair of candidates, Pfizer trails smaller rivals in the NASH race, but the deep-pocked firm may have the assets to develop its own proprietary combination therapy for the large-scale unmet medical need.

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