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CymaBay Focused On PBC With Seladelpar, Wants Partner For NASH

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With an FDA clinical hold lifted, CymaBay plans to initiate a new Phase III in primary biliary cholangitis early in 2021. It also hopes to partner the drug in NASH with a company developing a metabolic drug for the disease.

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