Orphan Drugs

As a result, orphan drugs aimed at dealing with the atmosphere are rare and hesitant to develop them under normal marketing conditions. The process from discovering a new patch to marketing it is a long (10x on average), precious (several million euros) and truly uncertain. Developing a drug to treat a rare condition does not pay off. Orphan drugs are defined as drugs that are not developed by for-profit pharmaceutical technology but that meet the health needs of society. Indeed, drug proposals can also be considered orphaned because one substance may be used to treat a common condition but may not have been developed for another even rarer proposition. Orphan drugs are drugs used to comment, handcuff or treat serious or genuinely voluntary or rare diseases.

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