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CymaBay Builds Seladelpar Case In PBC, But Door Not Closed On NASH

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The company pointed to cirrhosis benefit and less pruritis in a pooled analysis presented at EASL, which will help it will take on Intercept in primary biliary cholangitis on tolerability, cirrhosis benefit.

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