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NASH Market Overview 2019

A followup to our NASH Market Research from 2018.

Research Objectives:

  • Understand the current Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) treatment landscape and areas of unmet need

  • Explore what physicians know about the current state of affairs in the NASH market and pipeline and what physicians anticipate for the future of NASH treatment

Methodology:
Method: 10-minute MicroSurvey via InCrowd
Crowds: US Gastroenterologists, US Hepatologists
Sample Size: n=54
Fielding Period: March 6-7, 2019

One key finding:

  • Physicians treat over 30 NASH patients in a typical month and are generally aware of treatments in development for NASH.
    • They are diagnosing these patients using mostly blood tests and ultrasounds and sometimes use transient elastography, liver biopsy, and CT scan

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