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AB Science claims first with motor neurone disease therapy

AB Science claims first with motor neurone disease therapy

AB Science claims first with motor neurone disease therapy. ALS patients on masitnib lived longer without their disease progressing. ... French biotech AB Science is celebrating after a pivotal trial of its lead drug masitinib for motor neurone disease

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  • PatientsLikeMe launches 'virtual trial' in ALS PatientsLikeMe launches 'virtual trial' in ALS

    PatientsLikeMe has started a small-scale 'virtual trial' to evaluate the potential of a peptide to reverse the symptoms of degenerative motor disorder ALS. ... The online community is working with The Duke ALS Clinical in the US on the study, which will

  • FDA grants orphan drug status to Treeway's ALS treatment FDA grants orphan drug status to Treeway's ALS treatment

    ALS, which is commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease in the US and as motor neurone disease in certain other countries, causes muscle weakness, disability and eventually death. ... The disease received a major boost in awareness last year due to the ALS

  • Charity coalition pledges millions for brain disease research Charity coalition pledges millions for brain disease research

    Charity coalition pledges millions for brain disease research. Will invest £30m developing candidates for neurodegenerative conditions. ... The funding will focus on neurodegenerative conditions, such as dementia, motor neurone disease and Parkinson's

  • Pharma takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Pharma takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    weeks. Evotec's motor neuron researchers performed the ice bucket challenge outside their headquarters in Hamburg after challenging CEO Dr Werner Lanthaler and CSO Cord Dohrmann, who later accepted. ... ALS, which is the most common type of motor neurone

  • Biogen Idec signs brain research deal with Edinburgh University Biogen Idec signs brain research deal with Edinburgh University

    Biogen Idec signs brain research deal with Edinburgh University. Will identify potential treatments for multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease. ... US biotech Biogen Idec is to research potential new treatments for the neurodegenerative conditions

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  • Perfecting the pharmaceutical pipeline with AI Perfecting the pharmaceutical pipeline with AI

    This has a knock-on effect for research around rare disease types specifically. ... In fact, this has helped our team of scientists at BenevolentBio establish a set of hypotheses for drug candidates for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a form of

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  • Biogen Idec names ALS unit head Biogen Idec names ALS unit head

    ALS, which is commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease in the US and as motor neurone disease in certain other countries, has received a boost in awareness in recent weeks

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