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REGENERATE NASH fibrosis study patient and participant REGENERATE NASH fibrosis study patient and participant

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Thanks to the personal contribution and dedication of our patients, as well as that of the clinicians and support staff, we are closer than ever to finding a treatment for this chronic and life-threatening condition.

NASH is a serious liver disease that has become increasingly common. It can lead to liver failure,
the need for a liver transplant, cancer, and even death.

Because of the vast number of people who suffer from this condition, finding a treatment has never been more important. The REGENERATE trial is one of the first Phase III trials to try to address this challenge.

What is NASH?

Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) is a chronic condition in which the buildup of fat, liver cell injury, and inflammation in the liver may eventually lead to scarring called fibrosis which may advance and require a liver transplant. It is currently the second leading cause of liver transplant in the U.S.

Because people with NASH experience nonspecific symptoms, the disease can progress for years without a diagnosis.

Currently, there are no medications approved for the treatment of NASH. But researchers are working toward changing that by conducting clinical trials.

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