The presentation will include an overview of data from Oramed’s Phase 2 oral insulin trial for the treatment of NASH as well as discuss how oral insulin was found to potentially reduce liver fibrosis and fat in patients with NASH and Type 2 Diabetes.
Abstract title: Oral Insulin Alleviates Liver Fibrosis and Reduces Fat in Patients with NASH and Type 2 Diabetes—Results of Phase II Clinical Trial
Session: Metabolic Liver Disease—From Bench to Bedside
Time: 3:15pm PST
The oral presentation will be delivered in-person at the
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