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Conatus Endures Another NASH Setback With Failure To Hit Fibrosis Endpoint

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The pan-caspase inhibitor emricasan, partnered with Novartis, misses fibrosis-reduction endpoint in Phase IIb study, following the failure last December of a trial in portal hypertension.

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