AriBio Progresses Novel Alzheimer's Contender Despite Mixed Phase II
But Will Benefits Be Enough?
Korea's AriBio is poised to file for US Phase III trial approval this year for its novel Alzheimer's candidate and lead asset AR1001, which showed an improvement in cognitive function from baseline at Phase II. But will the benefits over existing therapies be enough to carve a position in the challenging field?
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