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Australia’s Prana Misses Primary Endpoint In POC Alzheimer’s Disease Trial; Stock Tanks

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Prana’s lead Alzheimer’s candidate fails both primary and secondary endpoints in Alzheimer’s proof-of-concept- trial, but the company still has hopes that an extension study will show a stronger signal.

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