FDA’s Mismanaged Aduhelm Review: What Went Wrong
Two House committees have launched investigations into the US FDA approval of Biogen/Eisai’s Aduhelm for Alzheimer’s, assuring that headlines questioning the effectiveness of the therapy will continue. It didn’t have to be this way.
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