MGL-3196, a selective thyroid hormone receptor-beta agonist significantly decreases hepatic fat in NASH patients at 12 weeks, the primary endpoint in a 36 week serial liver biopsy study
EASL LiverTree™. Harrison S.
Apr 13, 2018; 210658
Topic: Thyroid hormone analogs
Dr. Stephen Harrison
Dr. Stephen Harrison
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