Investigational drug for genetic form of ALS improves disease’s molecular signs (Links to an external site)

The trial, sponsored by the pharmaceutical company Biogen, showed that an investigational drug, known as tofersen, reduced molecular signs of the fatal disease, but at six months did not improve motor control and muscle strength. However, Miller and colleagues found evidence that longer-term use of the drug may help stabilize muscle strength and control.

Tofersen Phase 3 Drug Results and Use with ALS

At the American Neurological Association (ANA) Annual Meeting, Dr. Timothy Miller presented VALOR study of Tofersen Phase 3 Drug Results and Use with ALS. Tofersen is an antisense drug being evaluated for the potential treatment of SOD1-ALS. For more information and to learn about Tofersen Phase 3 Drug Results please see links below. Biogen Announces Topline […]