Lundbeck begins phase II trial of antibody for migraine prevention

Antibody treatment Lu AG09222 will be tested in a phase II trial including around 230 patients, the company reports. The candidate uses a different mechanism than the relatively new class of CGRP receptors, which have been gaining ground on the migraine market.

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A few days after receiving pivotal European approval for its migraine drug Vyepti, Lundbeck is moving ahead with another candidate for the treatment of migraines.

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