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Zydus Cadila scores first ever NASH approval, in India

Zydus Cadila scores first ever NASH approval, in India

NASH is characterised by a build-up of fat that can lead to fibrosis, cirrhosis and sometimes the need for a liver transplant, in severe cases. ... The drug met both primary and secondary endpoints, demonstrating a significant reduction in liver fat,

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  • Alnylam scores EU approval for RNAi drug Givlaari Alnylam scores EU approval for RNAi drug Givlaari

    Hepatic porphyrias occur due to a deficiency in the liver and are associated with painful attacks that often require hospitalisation and treatment with intravenous hemin therapy. ... Sometimes, the disease can lead to patients requiring a liver transplant

  • Boehringer bolsters NASH pipeline with Enleofen link-up Boehringer bolsters NASH pipeline with Enleofen link-up

    Inhibiting IL-11 has been shown in preclinical studies to prevent and reverse inflammation and fibrosis as well as restore function in a range of organs, including liver, lung, kidney, retina, ... It is characterised by a build-up of fat that can lead to

  • Northsea Therapeutics raises $40m to develop fish oil NASH drug Northsea Therapeutics raises $40m to develop fish oil NASH drug

    Northsea will also use the money raised to develop two other omega 3 candidats for use in dyslipidaemia and parenteral nutrition associated liver disease. ... The disease causes fatty build-up and fibrosis in the liver and in serious cases leads to

  • CymaBay Therapeutics plummets after abandoning NASH drug CymaBay Therapeutics plummets after abandoning NASH drug

    Failure of mid-stage liver disease candidate caused shares to slip over 75%. ... NASH is characterised by a build-up of fat that can lead to fibrosis, cirrhosis and in some cases the need for a liver transplant.

  • FDA clears Alnylam’s second RNAi drug for rare disease FDA clears Alnylam’s second RNAi drug for rare disease

    Hepatic porphyrias are those in which the deficiency occurs in the liver and – along with painful attacks that often require hospitalisation and treatment with intravenous hemin therapy – can sometimes lead to ... patients requiring a liver transplant

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