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89Bio’s NASH Hopes Hang On Demonstrating Best-In-Class FGF21 Profile

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89Bio thinks its Phase II FGF21 analog could prove best-in-class in NASH due to a longer half-life than Bristol’s pegbelfermin, and avoid the LDL-increasing effects seen with NGM’s FGF19 analog.

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