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Patients heartbroken after failure of Alzheimer’s clinical trials

Updated: 23 March 2019

Biogen and Eisai were running a clinical trial for Alzheimer’s disorder. They lost billion dollars after the failure of this trial. Mind and memory of an individual in Alzheimer gets deteriorated to an extent where they are not able to perform their function. Four drugs related to Alzheimer’s disorder were approved by FDA. However, all of them were just helping systems, none of them is slowing or reversing the disease.

The routine of a subject enrolled in this clinical trial includes the visit for 40 minutes to 1 hour once in a month to the centre. Experimental treatment of Aducanumab was done into veins of subject. Persistence of any side effect followed by treatment was identified by doctors before allowing them to leave for their home. The process was continued till 3 years until the failure of trial.