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Tobira Says Secondary Endpoint In NASH Will Carry CVC Into Pivotal Study

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The biotech argues that success in reducing fibrosis is more important than the failed primary endpoint measuring NAFLD activity score improvement – and also meets FDA's expectations – but the firm is taking a beating nonetheless.

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