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3,189 Days: Aduhelm Phase IV Timeline Is Long Among Alzheimer’s Drugs And Other Accelerated Approvals

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Pink Sheet and Trialtrove analyses show time given Biogen to complete confirmatory trial exceeds duration of most other late-stage trials of anti-amyloid compounds and is almost double the average time allocated for follow-up studies of novel accelerated approvals since 2016; runway could reflect expectations for a longer follow-up period or potential enrollment challenges.

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