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Death Of A Drug Class Shows Difficulty Of Using Gene Data To Design Drugs [ Worse under obamacare]
Forbes ^ | 7/10/13

Posted on 07/10/2013 6:19:16 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper

This morning, Roche announced that it was stopping all clinical trials of an experimental diabetes drug called aleglitazar because it was not preventing heart attacks and strokes as the company expected, but was causing side effects that reportedly included heart failure, kidney problems, and an increase in fractures....

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: aleglitazar; death; diabetes; diabetesdrug; health; roche
So imagine how UN profitable it will be for health and drug companies to do research and development after the Clown's bs law is fully implemented, WHENEVER that can kiss the creation of new treatments good-bye.
1 posted on 07/10/2013 6:19:16 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
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To: SoFloFreeper
Pretty much all of the "diseases of civilization" are caused by diet - and all of them can be cured by diet.

Unfortunately, there's no money to be made in prescribing "eat real food".

2 posted on 07/10/2013 6:53:14 AM PDT by jdege
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Between these vegetarian dolts and the idiots eating every meal from a box or a bag, it’s a wonder America isn’t chronically ill with every problem under the sun.

3 posted on 07/10/2013 7:01:27 AM PDT by rarestia (It's time to water the Tree of Liberty.)
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