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Galmed To Design Phase III NASH Trial With FDA After Strong Aramchol Data

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The Israel-based biopharma company said a Phase IIb trial of its oral treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis hit the necessary endpoints to support a Phase III trial and FDA marketing application.

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