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Madrigal May Shake Up NASH Race With Phase II Resolution Data

Executive Summary

Madrigal reports data showing that MGL-3196 resolved non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and improved key secondary measures, data that suggest a better effect than other NASH candidates.

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