Aducanumab Continues to Show Potential as Treatment for Mild Alzheimer’s in Long-term Extension of PRIME Trial

Aducanumab Continues to Show Potential as Treatment for Mild Alzheimer’s in Long-term Extension of PRIME Trial
Latest results from the long-term extension of a Phase 1b study assessing increasing and fixed doses of aducanumab continue to show its potential as a therapy for early or mild Alzheimer’s disease. Similar to previous interim analyses, data collected for up to 48 months reveal that the investigative treatment can effectively reduce the burden of amyloid plaques — a hallmark of the disease – and prevent cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s patients. Aducanumab, formerly known as BIIB037, is a monoclonal antibody being developed by Biogen in
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