The three-month treatment study, recently approved by
Data from preclinical studies and clinical studies of ORMD-0801 demonstrate Oramed’s oral insulin capsule has the potential to reduce inflammation of the liver.
“Prevalence of NASH is accelerating rapidly and correlates directly with the rising incidence of type 2 diabetes. As we continue our focus on the development of our oral insulin for the treatment of diabetes, we are excited about its potential in this greatly needed NASH indication,” stated Oramed CEO,
NASH, a chronic liver disease caused by excessive fat in the liver, can lead to fibrosis, cirrhosis, liver failure and death. According to the
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