Author Archives: Patricia Inacio PhD

Gosuranemab Fails TANGO Trial; Biogen Stops Development

Gosuranemab, an investigational antibody against the tau protein, failed to meet its primary and exploratory efficacy goals in the TANGO Phase 2 study, its developer, Biogen, has announced. Now, the TANGO trial has been terminated and Biogen will cease the clinical development of gosuranemab as a potential therapy for…

Longeveron’s Stem Cell Therapy Shows Potential in Phase 1 Trial

Longeveron’s Lomecel-B, an investigational bone marrow-derived medicinal signaling cell (MSC), showed an ability to slow cognitive decline and the loss of daily life abilities in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease relative to those given a placebo in a Phase 1 clinical trial, the company announced. Treatment with Lomecel-B was deemed safe,…

Non-invasive Neurostimulation Device Wins FDA’s Breakthrough Status

Cognito Therapeutic’s neurostimulation device — a next-generation digital therapeutic designed to treat memory and cognition symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease — has been granted a breakthrough device designation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The device, part of a new class of disease-modifying digital therapies, uses proprietary,…