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Earlier this year, daridorexant was approved by the FDA for which of the following diseases?
In 2022, Biogen and Eisai’s investigational lecanemab will emerge as a promising treatment for Alzheimer’s disease and could become the second treatment approved for Alzheimer’s disease after aducanumab (Aduhelm, Biogen) There is a nature. Which drug was last approved for AD before aducanumab?
In September, the FDA made a landmark decision to approve Amylyx Pharmaceuticals’ AMX0035 (Relyvrio) for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). It was due to determine another ALS candidate in January of this year but has extended the review period, tofersen. What genetic causes of ALS are targeted by tofersen?
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