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Viking Phase II Update Shows Sustained Response After Treatment’s End

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Currently running a Phase IIb NASH trial with VK2809, Viking reported at EASL that 16-week data in a Phase II study of NAFLD patients showed sustained liver fat reduction after treatment ended.

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