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EMA unveils draft guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease research

EMA unveils draft guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease research

Although the last few years have seen a number of Alzeimer's diagnostics approved, among them GE Healthcare Vizamyl (flutemetamol) and Piramal's Neuraceq (florbetaben F18), research progress for a treatment

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  • CHMP backs Piramal's Alzheimer's imaging agent CHMP backs Piramal's Alzheimer's imaging agent

    Neuraceq recommended for approval in Europe. Piramal is close to winning EU approval for its Alzheimer's disease (AD) diagnostic Neuraceq after a positive opinion from the EMA's Committee for ... Piramal acquired rights to Neuraceq from Bayer in 2012,

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