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Huge ampunts of money invested to Flu-drugs uselessly - drugdiscovery.com
Huge ampunts of money invested to Flu-drugs uselessly - drugdiscovery.com


According to a study millions of money is invested into drugs which are not better than the existing technologies, such as paracetamol. Taiflu might be one of them.
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Tags: Tamiflu, drugs, flu drugs, durg spending, price of drugs, money wasted on drugs. - April 19, 2014
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Carbohydrate-based drugs gaining more scientific attention Carbohydrate-based drugs gaining more scientific attention
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Olesoxime clinical trial ready to start Olesoxime clinical trial ready to start
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