Tag Archives: Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease

Europe bursts onto the biotech scene as Grifols’ Phase 2b/3 plasma replacement therapy works in Alzheimer’s patients. Buy, sell or hold?

The News: A blood plasma replacement therapy from Spanish company Grifols SA (Barcelona) reduced cognitive decline by 61% in patients with moderate Alzheimer’s disease compared with placebo, Labiotech.eu reports. The… Read more »

Join a clinical trial? The success rate of such trials is higher than you thought, but still awfully low overall; especially for Alzheimer’s.

The News: Instead of less than 10% of drugs reaching the market, a new study has found that almost 15% of new compounds pass clinical trial–which still suggests that it’s… Read more »

Lilly Alzheimer’s drug, like so many others, fails; will true breakthrough happen this century?

Eli Lilly & Co. (Indianapolis RIN) said its experimental Alzheimer’s treatment failed to slow loss of cognitive ability in patients with mild symptoms, a major setback for the company and millions of… Read more »