Drug companies are teaching old drugs new tricks, and it could upend how we find new treatments for superbugs and a devastating lung disease
|01/24/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- In an age where innovative technologies like gene and cell therapy are transforming how we think about medical treatments, some CEOs are wondering what’s being left on the table.
- Business Insider spoke to three companies developing new uses for old drugs, and they told us now might be a good time to rethink what we consider innovation.
- Simply changing how drugs are dosed or delivered could open up the doors to more uses for existing medications in tough-to-treat conditions like female sexual arousal dysfunction or antibiotic-resistant infections.
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