In the next issue of Pharma Technology Focus, we take a look back at Scott Gottlieb’s tenure as FDA commissioner following his abrupt resignation announcement in March and explore the rise of Dutch tech start-up Pharmaoffer, which has created a digital platform for drugmakers to connect with qualified material suppliers.
Also, we examine whether there is still hope that the GDNF protein could form the basis for an effective Parkinson’s therapy after a major, multi-year trial of the GDNF protein produced disappointing results compared to placebo, and delve into the subject of cannabis related pharmaceuticals to unpick the myth from the real-deal drugs.
Plus, we find out if a protein produced in pregnancy could hold promise as a potential treatment for a range of age-related disorders such as Alzheimer’s and track the growth of antimicrobial resistance through sewage.
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