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The Pipeline for New MASLD & MASH Treatments is Promising, says Naim Alkhouri, MD


Following the landmark FDA approval of resmetirom for MASH with fibrosis, hepatologist and researcher Alkhouri describes more mid- and late-stage candidates.

Naim Alkhouri, MD, chief medical officer, chief of transplant hepatology, and director of the fatty liver program at Arizona Liver Health, in Phoenix, said that he and fellow researchers investigating treatments for metabolic dysfunction-associated liver disease, or MASLD, and metabolic dysfunction-associated steatohepatitis, or MASH, have their work cut out for them for a decade, at least. In a recent interview with Patient Care® Alkhouri offered a topline review of molecules currently moving through phase 2 and phase 3 clinical trials.

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