A Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Trial Gave Them Hope—Until It Was Canceled

By | March 22nd, 2019

Jeff Borghoff and his wife Kimberly speak about participating in the Biogen drug trial testing aducanumab, a drug that targets beta-amyloid. The late-stage trial was recently canceled, news that sent participants, their families, researchers and stocks reeling.

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One thought on “A Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Trial Gave Them Hope—Until It Was Canceled

  1. Thank you Deborah Kan and Being Patient for allowing Kim and I to tell our story about our clinical trial experience.

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