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I work for a top pharma company AMA.

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pharmamarma · 03/06/2021 18:30

As the title says....just that really. Just in case anyone is interested given the current climate etc.

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pharmamarma · 04/06/2021 11:21

@GettingUntrapped, yes, lots of jobs going worldwide. It's a great industry to work in. Once you are in you can move on and upwards fast enough if you are in any way good at your job!

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HoppingPavlova · 04/06/2021 11:22

Is it GSK you work for

I would lay money on it being Pfizer. Good to be proud but weird thread.


safariboot · 04/06/2021 16:19

What is your view on the human proteins found as impurities in the Oxford-AZ vaccine, as discussed by researchers at Ulm university.


MissConductUS · 04/06/2021 16:28

If you do work for Takeda, I just wanted to say thanks. I've been on Entyvio for two years and it's been absolutely life-changing.

I work in health care and am very thankful for all of the great therapeutics that have come out in the last 20 years.


MissConductUS · 04/06/2021 17:27


How many 'major illness' cures do you have which can't be used due to massive side effects?

Eg a friend works at a testing site, they are handling a cure for some cancers but the side effect is it rots the brain. They say its so frustrating to see they are so close yet so far!

Cancer treatments tend to be toxic because cancer cells are human cells. It's a hard disease to treat because it's so deeply rooted in our biology. This is a great explanation of that issue.

[[ Why Cancer Isn’t Going Anywhere -
It’s been with us since the origins of multicellularity. It’s part of who we are.]]

JoyOrbison · 04/06/2021 22:24

MissConductUS thank you, that's a really interesting read


MissConductUS · 05/06/2021 18:08

JoyOrbison, I'm glad you liked it. I think it does a brilliant job of explaining what cancer is and why it happens.

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