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Prospects For Pfizer/Medivation's Dimebon Dashed By Phase III Flop

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

The Phase III failure of the high-profile Alzheimer's disease drug dimebon is a setback not only for Alzheimer's drug development, but also for Pfizer, which very much needs pipeline successes to offset upcoming patent losses, and for Medivation, whose near-term future hinges on the drug

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