BOSTON – The antiamyloid antibody aducanumab continued its slide around the bases this week, revealing more positive imaging and cognitive data at 36 months into the phase 1b PRIME trial.Patients who have been taking the highest dose of aducanumab, 10 mg/kg, for the duration of the study improved the most on two measures of cognition, the Mini Mental State Exam (MMSE) and the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale–sum of boxes (CDR-sb).
BOSTON – Despite years of frustrating failures, Alzheimer’s researchers keep punching away at beta-amyloid brain plaques, now apparently with a highly focused one-two of “more drug, given sooner.”Solanezumab and gantenerumab – both of which failed in earlier phase 3 studies – will be pushed forward now at much higher doses, the Alzheimer’s disease research community learned at the opening session of the Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease conference.Based on a rethinking of the failed...
SAN DIEGO – Bacteria with favorable susceptibility profiles don’t always translate reliably into treatment successes, according to a detailed study of six isolates.“Both patient and microbe factors can contribute to treatment failure, even involving pan-susceptible isolates,” Andrew Berti, PharmD, PhD, said in an interview prior to an annual scientific meeting on infectious diseases.
@Dreesenkl They will not wait for the extension study to finish, according to Missling. if the phase 2/3 goes ahead it may overlap with the extension study. This is not uncommon. #Aducanumab is doing a similar thing right now.
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Selecting a term
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