Biogen has announced new data behind the Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab suggests it was working on early stage patients. Jeff Borghoff was a participant for three years before the company halted the stage three clinical trial. He talks to Being Patient Alzheimer’s about why he felt the drug was working.
Clinical Trial Participant Reacts to News Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug May Have Been Working
By Lecia Bushak | December 13th, 2019
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2 thoughts on “Clinical Trial Participant Reacts to News Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug May Have Been Working”
Is this drug Aducanumab available in Ontario Canada. My husband 73 has dementia diagnosed by his neurologist and gerentologist claims he has Alzheimer’s. Is this drug available to him?
Hello Rosa, clinical trials for Biogen Aducanumab are on hold until March based on details from Biogen. You’ll need to reach out to Biogen Canada for more details. ~ Thank you.