Posts Tagged ‘survodutide’

Progress Reported in MASH with Survodutide

February 27, 2024 — Yet another GLP-1 agonist in development for obesity – survodutide – showed promising results yesterday from a phase 2 clinical trial in MASH. In case you missed the notice, MASH is the new acronym for what we used to label as NASH. We also note that MASLD has replaced NAFLD in the nomenclature alphabet soup […]

One, Two, Three: Multi-Agonists for Obesity at EASD 2023

October 3, 2023 — It’s enough to make our heads spin. The incredible vibrancy in obesity research is on full display at the meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes – EASD 2023 in Hamburg. Today, it starts with a bang. Successive presentations on multi-agonists for obesity are scheduled this afternoon at EASD. But the abstracts […]

ADA2023 in San Diego: Watching Tides Roll In

June 24, 2023 — Suddenly at the ADA2023 meeting in San Diego, it seems the tides are rolling in to promise more options than ever before for treating obesity. By tides we mean all those drugs targeting the GLP-1 receptors. GLP-1 is shorthand for glucagon-like peptide 1. Most, but not all of these drugs making a splash in San […]