Due to difficulties and huge investment associated with the development of biosimilars, only few companies will enter into the biosimilar market. The less competition will not reduce drug price. Thus, the biological drug price would not be reduced as expected. In conclusion, the price difference between innovator biologic drugs and biosimilar drugs will be far narrower than the price between brand-name chemical drugs and their generic counterparts. Therefore, the benefits of biosimilars to all its stakeholders seem modest due to several issues associated with the biosimilars such as the complexity of biological molecules, challenging manufacturing process, expensive clinical studies and the barriers to market
The research, however, has brought great knowledge of their habitats and lifestyles. Furthermore, this research has clarified that Neandertals were not incapacitated by mental deficiencies, but were rather a rudimentary form of the human species. This therefore disputes pre-historian claims that Neandertals were so incapable of technology, rituals, art, and communication. The significance of this research is that while Neandertals are not direct ancestors of modern humans, their genetics were actually more similar than originally perceived. Although a full knowledge of Neandertals has not yet been achieved, the continuing research allows us to understand how they could be similar while not having been in our direct
A further strength of measuring observable behaviours is that data is easier to quantify and collect making carrying out statistical tests easier. A weakness of behaviourism is that many of behaviourist theories have come from being tested on animals; for example skinners experiments on operant conditioning using pigeons. This makes the results less valid because humans are so much more complex than animals; animals only rely on basic natural instincts: food, reproduction, survival. So the research may not actually be applicable to humans. However, carrying out research on animals means that important theories can be tested that would otherwise be too wrong to test on humans.
I mean what if a clinic doesn’t have the money or resources to do an Alzheimer’s test they can simply use this test method. It is easy and inexpensive. But I feel this test could also be inaccurate. For example, a person was naturally born with having a stronger sense of smell with one nostril and not the other. This test would be very inaccurate for that person.
12 December 2012 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/william-t-talman-md/animal-testing-medicine_b_2250283.html 2. Animal testing is very necessary in modern science, and does not deserve the bad reputation it currently holds. 3. “I suspect that most people don’t realize how much their well-being, even their entire lives, to research using experimental animals” (William Talman) 4. Key Points: a.
Some might argue that the invention of aspirin has hurt the human body because it enables the body to heal the headache internally. Technology has made the ability to multitask functions in a single device. We can have multifunctional use a single device to anything we want it to do. We can talk on the cellphone while texting and surfing the web. The simpler the work gets with technology, the more we get dependent on it.
E- Their development ability makes transplantation easier and the elimination of injuries, diseases, and fatal illnesses a not so fictional concept. II. Adult stem cells versus embryonic stem cells and their uses A. Their Side C- Adult stem cell research is considered more humane than embryonic stem cell research, yet offers most of the same benefits. PE- “Some who oppose embryonic stem cell research have provided a list of 69 conditions putatively [or supposedly] treated by adult stem cells” (Claiborn 1).
They are extremely versatile as to what job they end up doing, because until they are in a certain place of the body, they do not transform into specific cells with specific functions. This means that they can do whatever job the scientists want them to do and they can become almost any cell that is in a normal human body. This means that there is a possibility that stem cells could be used in cloning organs or for the repair of damaged parts of the human anatomy. The uses for such an exponential scientific achievement would be without bound, because it would mean that they could use cells inside of someone to help heal them of whatever problem they are facing, within the realm of stem cell usage of course. For instance, if the right breakthroughs in research are made, if you needed a transplant in the future the doctors would be able to grow you a copy of the organ you need from the organ you already possess, which would in effect take out the middle man in the donation process.
As of now, there is no curable medication or proven effective medication for Alzheimer's but exercise may increase brain health. The article also states the many benefits of exercise and why this may result in a decrease to the disease. Exercise has been proven to reduce cholesterol, depression, blood pressure and diabetes and these are all risk factors for dementia. The article also shows the different kinds of studies and when done on animals it shows exercise can increase memory health. The study was also done on humans and its not 100 percent accurate yet, but scientist are almost certain it helps in some
Not only can they help sport athletes out to make them better players but they can also cure people from very severe diseases. They also can help an average person look better and even feel better about themselves. I do not believe that steroids will be legalized within the near future due to the common public out look toward them. People are ignorant about steroids and believe what they hear and do no truly understand them and their benefits. If steroids were legalized it would give scientists a much easier opportunity to understand what they can really do and possibly figure out way to alter steroids and make them more efficient.