Full Monty On Pfizer’s Failed 5-HT6 Alzheimer’s Drug Leaves Hope For Class
Presentation of data at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference highlights failure of Pfizer’s 5HT6 antagonist PF-05212377, while still leaving room to hope for others in class like Lundbeck’s idalopirdine and Axovant’s RVT-101
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