Month: November 2019

Do You Vape?

Risks associated with vaping…  The smoking gun in the toxic reaction to vaping may have been isolated. Highlighted in The Scientist, the culprit apparently is Vitamin E acetate. A vitamin? How can that be? Aren’t vitamins supposed to be good for you? The toxicology-based answer is, as always, it depends. Depends on what you ask? …

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Weekly News Update

How is the human race is fighting back against the chronic conditions that plague us? Alzheimer’s Disease affects 5.7 million Americans. While a few symptomatic treatments are available, there are no approved disease modifying treatments. This is a debilitating condition that slowly progresses to steal the mental capacities of our loved ones, right before our …

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Weekly News Update

What have you done for your lungs lately?  A new therapeutic approach to fibrotic conditions of the lungs has been approved for clinical trials in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) patients and a new therapeutic approach to cystic fibrosis is approved. These conditions were previously difficult to treat and usually have very poor prognosis.   Indalo Initiates …

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How Much Drug Companies Are Making, and How Superior Toxicology Can Help You

Generic vs Branded Drugs Everyone wants to have drugs for all indications and these drugs need to be proven safe by thorough testing both preclinically and in clinical studies and everyone wants the drugs to be affordable. In a perfect world, this would still be a difficult task to accomplish. What is the best way …

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