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Pfizer Thinks First-In-Class KHK Mechanism Could Work For NASH, Diabetes

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Pfizer has high hopes for ketohexokinase inhibition and other fat-reducing mechanisms in NASH. Data from a small study reported at EASL also suggest its KHK inhibitor could have utility in diabetes.

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