89bio Hopes Akero’s Success In Cirrhotic NASH Is Positive For FGF21 Class
Analysts say the cirrhosis-reversing benefit seen with Akero’s efruxifermin portends well for the entire class, and that 89bio might differentiate on safety, tolerability and dosing frequency.
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