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Intercept Says Data Indicate Pruritus Worries In NASH Could Be Overstated

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Patient-reported outcomes indicate patients don’t see itch as a major quality-of-life factor. Intercept also reports that adding earlier-stage patients to review of OCA shows better data on resolving NASH.

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