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Gantenerumab fails; time for Roche to cut its Alzheimer's losses?

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Roche is dropping a Phase III trial of the anti-amyloid gantenerumab in prodromal Alzheimer's disease patients. The decision calls into question not only the future of this drug, but also that of other disease modifying anti-amyloids, including Roche's crenezumab.

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