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Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is poised to become an even greater epidemic and pharma companies of all sizes are competing to be the first to bring a NASH drug to market. Listen to an in-depth discussion about new and repurposed drug exploration treat NASH, as well as deal making, licensing and partnerships activity for the area.

With so many pharmaceutical companies vying to bring the first NASH drug to market, the industry is seeing the investigation of dozens of new or repurposed drugs, licensing deals, partnerships and M&A activities. Hear this being discussed by experts closely following all the action.

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