Interim Analysis of Phase III REGENERATE: Obeticholic Acid vs Placebo for NASH

April 10-14, 2019; Vienna, Austria
Obeticholic acid showed significant, dose-dependent improvement in the primary endpoint of fibrosis improvement with no worsening of NASH in this interim analysis of a large randomized trial.
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