Lilly And AC Immune Partner On A Small Molecule With Potential In Alzheimer's Combinations
Eli Lilly signed a licensing deal to develop a tau aggregation inhibitor small molecule for Alzheimer's disease – a drug that works differently from existing antibodies and could offer potential in combination regimens. AC Immune CEO Andrea Pfeifer talked to Scrip about the deal.
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