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Akero First To Show Benefit In Cirrhotic NASH Patients

Executive Summary

Although the data are from a small cohort of an ongoing study, Akero’s FGF21 analog reduces fibrosis score by at least one stage in 33% of cirrhotic NASH patients.

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