Could Patient Stratification Help Lilly Finally Unlock An Alzheimer’s Breakthrough?
Tau Status Stratification Unique To Lilly Trial
Lilly believes its approach can help identify the Alzheimer’s patients who would benefit most from a beta amyloid clearing therapy – but skepticism about the mechanism itself remains widespread.
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