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Madrigal Solidifies Presumed NASH Lead With 52-Week Data

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Full-year findings for resmetirom reported at EASL confirm 16-week data in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis presented in 2020. Analysts say these data continue to de-risk the drug, but more important readouts await.

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