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More Alzheimer's Pain As J&J Pulls Plug On BACE Inhibitor

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J&J's Janssen unit is ending development of atabecestat after serious elevations of liver enzymes were seen in some patients who received the drug, increasing doubts about the BACE inhibitor mechanism as an appropriate target.

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