Full data presented Tuesday afternoon from the Phase III Clarity AD trial show Eisai and Biogen’s lecanemab has a favorable safety profile in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
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An experimental Alzheimer’s drug from Eisai and Biogen slowed cognitive decline in a closely watched trial but may carry a risk of serious side effects for certain patients, according to detailed data presented on Tuesday.
Matthew W. Reynolds, Ph.D., vice president, scientific affairs, real world solutions, IQVIA explains how RWE evidence platforms can provide a greater picture of a disease’s progression as well as a blueprint for future outbreaks.
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Bristol Myers Squibb is terminating a seven-year-old gene therapy collaboration to develop potential treatments for congestive heart failure with uniQure N.V. valued at $1 billion.
Twitter Inc. has rolled back a policy that was aimed at tackling misinformation related to COVID-19 on the social media platform, lending itself to the risk of a potential surge in false claims even as cases rise in China and some parts of the world.
AstraZeneca and Neogene have entered into a definitive acquisition agreement in which AstraZeneca will buy all outstanding equity in the smaller company for $320 million.
The agency will provide end-to-end omnichannel offering and capabilities across healthcare that will support and complement the network’s agencies and clients in the region.
England’s government agency responsible for responding to public health emergencies said mistakes at a testing laboratory resulted in tens of thousands of positive COVID-19 cases reported as negative may have led to the deaths of 20 people.
One day ahead of a data presentation at the Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease (CTAD) Conference, Science reported a second patient death has been linked to Eisai and Biogen’s lecanemab.