Days after controversy greeted Biogen's blockbuster Alzheimer's OK, the big biotech concedes a setback on the tau front
Just days after triggering a maelstrom of controversy with their decision to launch an unproven Alzheimer’s drug with a $56,000 price, Biogen $BIIB is back with the latest data on its mid-stage tau drug.
And it’s not good.
The big biotech says that gosuranemab — targeted at tau, the second leading drug target in Alzheimer’s — flat failed its Phase II and will now be taken out and dumped in the mass grave for all but one other Alzheimer’s drug in the past generation.
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