Pharmaceutical Executive-01-05-2006

Pharmaceutical Executive

Two experts are split over the importance of research on a gene linked with a rare genetic type of Parkinson’s disease. One thinks it could hold the key to new treatment. The other thinks it is too rare to be relevant.

Pharmaceutical Executive

Q&A with Dr. Allan Brett, professor at the University of South Carolina and director of the General Internal Medicine division. He authored a recent perspective about on-demand Tamiflu prescriptions in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Pharmaceutical Executive

In order to increase production and lower the costs of making anthrax vaccines, a research team grew a protein from anthrax bacteria in tobacco leaves.