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CymaBay Alters NASH Hypothesis After Phase IIb Failure In Hepatic Fat Reduction

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Firm points to liver biomarker findings, saying they may yield clear liver benefit at 52 weeks. Both CymaBay's and Genfit's stock prices fell as investors wondered about broader read-through for the PPAR agonist class.

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