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Aduhelm Observational Study Will Spur Debate On Utility of Real-World Evidence For mABs In Alzheimer’s

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Biogen’s ICARE AD-US study will assess the effects of aducanumab prescribed in routine practice to 6,000 patients. The lack of a concurrent control arm has critics questioning the study’s utility, but others say it could provide useful data on patient subgroups who were underrepresented or excluded from clinical trials and inform as to ARIA risks.

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