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Biogen Spooks With Phase III Aducanumab Changes

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Recruiting more patients into a trial to retain statistical power is standard practice, but with other companies discontinuing late-stage investigational Alzheimer's therapies, the difficulty in maintaining confidence in the development of new therapies for the condition has been underlined by investor responses to Biogen's alterations.

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