A Sad Tale of Unintended Consequences

It all started in 1984 when the Noble Prize in Medicine was awarded for the revelation that the lowly drug Aspirin prevented the COX-2 enzyme from converting the arachidonic acid into end products that were inflammatory. Bonanza!  Here was the solution to the unpatentable Aspirin competitor drugs that replicated Aspirin’s inhibition of the []

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