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Source: Healio Coverage.
July 04, 2020
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Top in gastroenterology: Gimoti and lanifibranor

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The FDA has approved Gimoti nasal spray to relieve symptoms in adults with acute and recurrent diabetic gastroparesis. This was the top story in gastroenterology last week.

Also, the investigational pan-PPAR agonist lanifibranor has met primary and secondary endpoints in phase 2b trials for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, according to Inventiva.

The FDA's approval of a nasal spray to relieve symptoms in adults with acute and recurrent diabetic gastroparesis was the top story in gastroenterology last week. Photo Source: Adobe Stock.

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