MELBOURNE, December 9, 2013: Prana Biotechnology (ASX:PBT; NASDAQ:PRAN), a developer of best-in-class treatments for neurodegenerative disease, today announced the completion of the treatment phase of its IMAGINE Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) clinical trial.
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Prana Biotechnology (ASX:PBT/ NASDAQ:PRAN), a leading innovative drug developer targeting disease modification in neurodegenerative disease, will present at The 2013 Therapeutic Area Partnerships (TAP) meeting in Boston, USA.
Prana Biotechnology (NASDAQ:PRAN; ASX:PBT) has today provided an update on the IMAGINE Phase 2 trial for Alzheimer’s Disease and is pleased to report that 29 patients of the 42 patients originally enrolled into the trial have now completed treatment.
Prana Biotechnology has today announced the publication of an article in the peer reviewed Aging Cell showing the effects of PBT2 on neurogenesis and in reversing the memory and learning losses associated with the aging process, in normal (ie non transgenic) old mice.
Prana Biotechnology (NASDAQ:PRAN; ASX:PBT) today announced the successful completion of Reach2HD, a phase 2 clinical trial in patients with early to mid-stage Huntington disease. The Company expects to announce the results arising from the trial in October.
Prana Biotechnology (NASDAQ:PRAN; ASX:PBT) today announced that the first patient has been dosed in the 12-month open-label extension study with Alzheimer’s Disease patients participating in Prana’s Phase 2 IMAGINE trial.
Prana Biotechnology (NASDAQ:PRAN; ASX:PBT) has today announced the first of several key appointments in the near term to advance PBT2 into late stage and pre-market clinical development of PBT2 as a treatment for Alzheimer’s and Huntington diseases.
Prana Biotechnology (ASX:PBT / NASDAQ:PRAN), a leading global developer of first-in-class treatments for neurodegenerative disease, has today provided an update on three clinical trials testing its proprietary drug, PBT2, in Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s diseases.
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Principal Investigator, Dr James Duce from The University of Leeds, UK, will collaborate with Professor David Finkelstein of The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health (FINMH) in Australia and Associate Professor Robert Cherny of FINMH and Prana’s Head of Research on the Study.