Lilly Sees Positive Results With Next-Gen Alzheimer’s Drug Donanemab
Patients Saw Less Cognitive, Functional Decline In Phase II Trial
Lilly reported positive results from a Phase II pivotal trial of donanemab, which targets a modified form of beta-amyloid called N3pG, and has a second pivotal Phase II study under way.
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