Lundbeck carries on Rexulti study after new analysis

After having received a new interim analysis, Lundbeck and its partner Otsuka have decided to keep going with a phase III study with the drug Rexulti for treating Alzheimer's symptoms.

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Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck and its partner Japanese pharmaceutical firm Otsuka have long been anticipating the results of their phase III trial with Rexulti, or brexpiprazole, for treating agitation in patients suffering from the dementia disease Alzheimer's.

Now, some of the results have been unveiled.

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