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A Silver Lining In Lilly’s Solanezumab Alzheimer’s Failure?

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Drug fails all primary endpoints in two Phase III studies, following in the footsteps of Pfizer/Janssen’s bapineuzumab. But Lilly points to a secondary signal in pooled data as a sign of some effect on cognitive decline.

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