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Big Pharma already has a generic strategy, but needs new direction

In his February 14, 2005 article, Michael Rosen argues that Big Pharma "will be forced into generic-drug strategy," and suggests that this will be a good thing. But Big Pharma already has a generic drug strategy for traditional pharmaceuticals. This strategy has not been particularly good for anyone,......

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Blockbuster drugs have provided valuable therapies ranging from non-sedating antihistamines, cancer treatments, pain relief and, yes, even erectile dysfunction. But the number of conditions that could give rise to a blockbuster drug is limited. Countless medical conditions exist that lack adequate treatment or would benefit from improved treatment......

Full article >>> can and should be done to encourage healthier eating and exercising among the American population. With a healthier population, there will be less need for drugs to treat for conditions such as obesity-induced diabetes. More resources should then be available to develop drugs for other conditions such as cancer and macular degeneration.

The bottom line is that we do not need Big Pharma t......

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