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NGM Phase IIb NASH Failure Could Darken Competitors’ Prospects

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NGM will not proceed with a Phase III study in F2/F3 NASH following failure to show fibrosis benefit in Phase IIb. Analysts say this setback could portend disappointing readouts for other NASH players.

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