Eisai’s Bayesian Alzheimer’s Trial Aims For Quick Proof Of Concept With Fewer Subjects, Lower Cost
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Eisai should get the first feedback from an adaptive Phase II trial of BAN2401 in Alzheimer’s patients with mild cognitive impairment in six or seven months, offering the first opportunity to adjust parameters testing dose response and the antibody’s disease-modifying potential or to stop the trial early for futility.
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