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S2-E48.4 - Closing Thoughts On Summer: What Mattered Most?

S2-E48.4 – Closing Thoughts On Summer: What Mattered Most?

Mazen Noureddin joins Stephen Harrison, Louise Campbell and Roger Green to close our series of “Biggest Stories of NASH Summer.” In this conversation, Roger uses a classical Marketing Research question to help the group sort out the relative impact potential of the ideas they have been discussing.

Looking From a Patient-Based Perspective

S2-E48.3 – Looking From a Patient-Based Perspective

Mazen Noureddin joins Stephen Harrison, Louise Campbell and Roger Green to close our series of “Biggest Stories of NASH Summer.” In this conversation, Louise Campbell raises two very different points about the earlier conversation.

S2-E48.2 – More on FGF-21s and A Topical “Hijacking”

Mazen Noureddin joins Stephen Harrison, Louise Campbell and Roger Green to close our series of “Biggest Stories of NASH Summer.” In this conversation, Stephen Harrison starts by discussing some issues and insights around the use of FGF-21s and then “hijacks” the conversation to explore a standard practice in histopathology that he would like to change.

Mazen Noureddin's Two Big Things

S2-E48.1 – Mazen Noureddin’s Two Big Things

Mazen Noureddin joins Stephen Harrison, Louise Campbell and Roger Green to close our series of “Biggest Stories of NASH Summer.” In this conversation, Stephen Harrison provides an image to suggest the enormity of the coming NASH pandemic and Mazen identifies his two biggest stories of summer.

S2-E42.3 - Why FGFs Matter - Episode Opening and Closing, Plus a Question About Screen Fail Rates

S2-E42.3 – Why FGFs Matter and Screen Fail Rate

Professor Arun Sanyal and Stephen Harrison provide a 40-minute briefing on fibroblast growth factor (FGFs) agents and why they are so important to the future of NASH and NAFLD therapy. This conversation detours into health policy and screen fail rates before returning to consider the 2-5 year implications of FGF drug therapies.

S2-E42.2 - How FGFs Work In The Body And What This Means For NAFLD And NASH

S2-E42.2 – How FGFs Work In The Body And What This Means For NAFLD and NASH

Professor Arun Sanyal and Stephen Harrison provide a 40-minute briefing on fibroblast growth factor (FGFs) agents and why they are so important to the future of NASH and NAFLD therapy. The roles fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) play in fat metabolism, appetite and other issues related to Fatty Liver disease.

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