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Zydus Cadila First Off The Block In NASH After India Approval

US Phase III Trials To Begin Q2 FY21

Executive Summary

Cadila Healthcare has received the first approval globally, in India, for a NASH therapy, after the national regulator cleared its candidate saroglitazar. The company also expects to begin Phase III trials in the US in the second quarter of fiscal 2021.

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