Phase II Trial of Emricasan in NASH Cirrhosis and Severe Portal Hypertension

April 10-14, 2019; Vienna, Austria
Although this trial did not meet the primary endpoint of decreasing mean hepatic venous pressure gradient in patients with NASH cirrhosis and severe portal hypertension, positive signals were seen that support additional exploration of emricasan in patients with severe portal hypertension.
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Released: April 17, 2019

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