Enrollment to test NASH drug candidate complete

Akero Therapeutics announced that it has completed enrollment for a phase 2a study of AKR-001, the company’s FGF21 analog candidate for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, according to a press release.“We believe NASH represents one of the single largest indications that has no approved therapy in the United States and that AKR-001 has the potential to fundamentally change important parameters of disease for people with NASH, including improved lipid profiles, improved glycemic control and reduction of liver fat,” Kitty Yale, chief development officer for Akero,Read More

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