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Singapore’s TauRx Chief Says Alzheimer’s Disease Candidate May Enter Phase III Trials Soon

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Phase III testing is gathering pace on novel drugs targeting tau buildup, the head of Singapore-based TauRx says, adding that the company has enough cash on hand to complete a Phase III study for an Alzheimer’s treatment that has eluded major drug companies focused on amyloids.

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