Doctors Frustrated By Lack Of Guidance On Who Should Get Aduhelm
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Biogen has warned that uptake for its newly approved Alzheimer’s therapy will be slow in the beginning and doctors confirm it will take time to figure which patients can and should be treated.
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In this week's podcast edition of Scrip's Five Must-Know Things: new developments in the TIGIT field; doctor frustration over Aduhelm guidance; are pediatric COVID vaccines necessary: the battle of the SERDs; and one Indian firm’s plans for lung disease leadership.
Biogen’s investigational anti-tau antibody gosuranemab has missed its primary efficacy endpoint in a Phase II study in patients with Alzheimer's disease, prompting the end of the trial and termination of the compound’s further clinical development.