Gilead’s NASH combo data suggest benefit, safety

Phase II combination data presented by Gilead at EASL could begin to lay the groundwork for what MOAs will be essential parts of combinations in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.

In a Phase II proof-of-concept trial

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