Biogen’s Tau Antibody Fails In PSP, But Alzheimer’s Studies Continue
Development of gosuranemab in tauopathies will end after a Phase II progressive supranuclear palsy trial failure, but a Phase II Alzheimer’s study of the drug licensed from BMS is ongoing.
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