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NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis) is a chronic disease caused by fat buildup and inflammation in the liver. NASH may cause liver scarring (fibrosis), which can progress to severe scarring (cirrhosis).
This can and lead to life-threatening complications including liver failure and liver cancer. NASH is often silent and asymptomatic, and can progress and develop if undiagnosed.
There are currently no approved medications for NASH, and the main treatment option is a lifestyle change, including diet and exercise. ARMOR is studying an investigational drug that aims to treat NASH and liver scarring and stop the progression of the disease.
The ARMOR study is a phase 3, multinational clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Aramchol™ for adults with NASH and liver fibrosis. The ARMOR study is a registrational clinical study, underway in 17 countries, across five continents, 200 sites and with 2000 adult subjects.LEARN MORE >