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RESOLVE-IT Failure Dashes Genfit's NASH Hopes

Elafibranor Missed Trial Endpoints At The Interim Stage

Executive Summary

Genfit SA is now pinning its hopes for elafibranor on primary biliary cholangitis after the dual PPAR alpha/delta agonist failed in its Phase III RESOLVE-IT trial for NASH.

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