Probiodrug CEO Outlines Phase IIb Plans For Potential Alzheimer’s Treatments
Probiodrug is ramping up plans to run Phase IIb Alzheimer's disease trials on the back of biomarker data that indicates that its approach to targeting pyroglutamate-Abeta is a promising therapeutic strategy. CEO Konrad Glund spoke to Scrip at the 2018 Biotech Showcase.
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