You may be able to join a clinical trial studying an investigational drug.

What is the purpose of this clinical trial?
Doctors are testing an investigational drug to see if it is safe and works well to increase NASH resolution without worsening of fibrosis. Volunteers who have Precirrhotic non-alcoholic steatohepatitis may be able to join.

Who can join?

You may be able to join this trial if you:

• Are at least 18 years old
• Have no medical history of metabolic conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes and/or Obesity
• Are not taking insulin
• Have no history or evidence of chronic liver disease other than NAFLD or NASH
• Have no history or evidence of cirrhosis

The trial doctor or staff will tell you about other rules to qualify for this trial and answer your questions.
If you join, you will be in this trial for about 3 years. You can stop taking part for any reason at any time. There is no cost to be in this trial.

Do You Have Precirrhotic Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis?

To learn more about this trial, including possible risks and benefits, please contact:

The Future of Flu Starts With You

You have the power to advance research that may change the future of seasonal influenza (flu) with 1 injection. Learn more about participating in the Ignite P303 Trial for an investigational vaccine aimed at preventing seasonal flu infection.

Seasonal flu vaccines during the 2021-2022 flu season were2:







A messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine may offer broader protection by responding to changes in seasonal flu strains more quickly and creating stronger immune responses3.
The Ignite P303 Trial will look at the safety and immune response of an mRNA-based investigational vaccine aimed at preventing seasonal flu in adults aged 18 and older.

Who Can Join?
This clinical trial is looking for adult participants. To join, you must be:
⚪ 18 years of age or older
⚪ In good health
⚪ Not pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant for at least 3 months following your vaccine visit
Prior to enrolling in this trial, you should:
⚪ Not have received a seasonal flu vaccine in the past 5 months
⚪ Not have had a confirmed flu infection within 5 months


1. Influenza (seasonal): ask the expert: influenza Q&A. World Health Organization. Published November 6, 2018.
2. Price AM, Flannery B, Talbot HK, et al. Influenza vaccine effectiveness against influenza A(H3N2)-related illness in the United States during the 2021-2022influenza season. Clin Infect Dis. 2022;ciac941. doi:10.1093/cid/ciac941
3. Rockman S, Laurie KL, Parkes S, Wheatley A, Barr IG. New technologies for influenza vaccines. Microorganisms. 2020;8(11):1745.

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