Eisai/Biogen Remain In BACE Race As Alzheimer's Contenders Dwindle
Multiple competitors have ended development of BACE inhibitors for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, but Eisai neurology executive Lynn Kramer tells Scrip that the company still sees a path forward for certain amyloid-targeting drugs.
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