British Drug Industry – Bane or Boon?

According to Natural News, the U.S. government’s efforts to bring the academia, private industry and the government into one single entity is in reality more harmful than it is being projected. The government is spending hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in creating the “wonder drug,” but every year they fail to achieve the desired results. According to Reuters, the government is soon going to extract $20 million from the American citizen in their quest to find that drug, which will generate huge amounts of profit for the government in the coming year. As a result, the drug companies must opt for new research and development. Sadly, in most cases, these experiments fail, resulting in most of these compounds being locked away in a storage room to never see the light of day.
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As per Reuters, British academic researchers have been granted a fund of nearly $11 million by the Medical Research Council (MRC) so that they can investigate and research a wide range of new drugs that have the potential of being the next wonder drug. This move on MRC’s part reflects how the pharmaceutical industry is experimenting with new research models by collaborating with external partners. Some of the researches will be conducted on Alzheimer’s, cancer and other diseases. While 8 will focus on clinical trials of potential new drugs, the remaining 7 will focus on earlier laboratory work involving animal models.
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As the London-based pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca is unable to carry out all the researches on its own, it has decided to complete it by teaming up with British academic researchers. However, these researches will be done with the tax payers’ money and in search of a drug that may or may not be potent.
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