FDA changes prescribing information for new Alzheimer's drug

Following weeks of criticism of the FDA decision to approve Biogen's Alzheimer's drug Aduhelm, experts within the health authority are narrowing the range of patients that the medicine is recommended for.


Just one month after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) vouched for Biogen's drug Aduhelm for treating Alzheimer's disease, the authority has adjusted the prescribing information for this medication, which changes the patients that the drug should be recommended to.

Biogen took the initiative to this drug on the basis of conversations, which Biogen representatives have had with doctors after the approval.

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