Axovant Plans Nelotanserin PhIII But Trial Endpoint Has Eyebrows Raised
Axovant will move its 5HT2A receptor, nelotanserin, into Phase III studies later this year for Lewy body dementia patients, but the company is switching gears to focus on motor function over its previously stated target of visual hallucinations in patients.
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