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"A group of 11 of my family members banded together and took on the Pittsburgh Great Race 5k on Sept 30, walking in memory of Judy Hyde. Judy passed away in February, at the age of 46, from a rare disease called amyloidosis. When we heard that the Great Race partners up with the Amyloidosis Foundation, we jumped at the chance to honor and remember our beautiful mom, wife, aunt, sister, and friend! We absolutely loved our Custom Ink shirts and we plan on making the Great Race an annual tradition!" - Julie (Oct 03, 2012)

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comment by Guest - Oct 29, 2012 - back to the top

GSK (including Glaxo and Glaxo-Wellcome) has put more effort than most other major phmaars into tinkering with their R&D structure over the past decade or so. It's good to see them trying new things, but I think they need to take some ritalin and stop tinkering for a while in order to give something a chance to work.Although there's a tendency to view this as a new, breakthrough approach in drug discovery research, it is in fact very, very old. In fact, the pharmaceutical industry got started through productive collaborations between renowned scientists devoted to fighting disease (Ehrlich, Domagk, Waksman to name just a few) and companies e.g. Bayer, Merck). The biggest contrast I can see is that, in the old model , the famous academic scientist would say kookie stuff like Would you patent the sun? to explain their indifference toward patenting their discoveries, whereas today's academics (and especially their respective institutions) are very aggressive about seeking patents and profits. I am unconvinced that this new type of relationship, in which the academic researcher is cast in the role of profit center for the university, and negotiates and conducts his/her research as such, will prove to be better for innovation than the old model.

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