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Genfit CEO Pascal Prigent talks to Scrip about the company's high-profile trial failure in NASH and the pipeline pivot to various other drug candidates for rare liver diseases.
Focused on rare liver diseases such as acute-on-chronic liver failure following its 2020 disappointment in NASH, Genfit looks to become sector leader in ACLF and other indications such as hepatic encephalopathy.
Ahead of the usual flurry of deal-making in January, Roche gets retinal cell therapy candidate from Lineage Cell Therapeutics, Pfizer subsidiary Amplyx licenses antiviral candidate to Vera, and GSK expands neurology tie-up with Ligand.
The French biotech was firmly on the ropes last year after elafibranor joined the long list of failures for NASH but the promise it has shown in primary biliary cholangitis has persuaded Ipsen to part with a hefty upfront fee.
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