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EASL Updates: Intercept Says Biomarker Data Bolster OCA’s Case For Fibrosis Benefit

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Intercept and Axcella provide updated data on their NASH programs at the International Liver Conference, while CymaBay offers the full dataset for seladelpar in PBC.

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