Without An Alzheimer’s Blockbuster, Biogen Is A Ship Without A Growth Rudder
Lecanemab Phase III Readout Next Major Milestone
In addition to its uncertain attempt at near-term revenue growth with Eisai-partnered lecanemab, Biogen recently ended multiple R&D programs and will pay $900m to settle a whistleblower lawsuit.
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Eisai/Biogen Maintain Lead Over Lilly In New Race To Alzheimer’s Approval
The US FDA accepted an application for accelerated approval and set a 6 January action date, giving lecanemab ample time to reach the market ahead of Lilly’s competing anti-amyloid antibody donanemab.