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Enanta Stumbles In Trying To Show Better FXR Agonist Profile In NASH

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Enanta hoped its Phase II study would indicate a better efficacy and/or tolerability profile for EDP-305 compared to other FXR agonists for NASH, including Intercept’s OCA. Despite the inconclusive data, it plans a longer Phase IIb study.

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