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LA BioMed Medical/Research Briefs December 2004

cline in their development, a decline that is projected to worsen.

Why? Drug discovery efforts have shifted from antiinfectives toward agents that treat the chronic medical conditions of the aging - conditions such as arthritis, hypertension and diabetes. Another reason is economics. Drugs that are used by large numbers for prolonged periods of time are more profitable for development than those used for short-term illnesses.

To contact Dr. Edwards, please call David Feuerherd at 310-215-0234 / 310-222-2820 or e-mail him at df@issuesmanagement.com.


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Contact: David Feuerherd
df@issuesmanagement.com
310-215-0234
Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed)
22-Nov-2004


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