Why we’ve got to start talking about a new ‘pioneering’ medicine
The advent of novel medicines is an exciting development.
We have seen it happen in the past with a number of promising drugs like AstraZeneca’s Sovaldi, but it’s only now that a new generation of novel therapeutics is entering the pipeline.
The Pioneers, a group of researchers, academics, and entrepreneurs who’ve made the leap from research to commercialization, are making a difference.
The Pioneer State Mutual Group (PSMG) is the premier innovation hub for the nascent industry.
The group of scientists and entrepreneurs, which includes a number who work in the field of molecular medicine, has developed some of the world’s first novel drugs and has also pioneered novel approaches to clinical trials.
PSMG’s work in treating a wide range of chronic diseases, including asthma, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s, has been widely recognized, with many of its drugs achieving clinical trials, while others have been rejected.
The company has launched a series of research projects in partnership with pharmaceutical companies, including AstraZeno, Novartis, and Pfizer, and in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to develop a broad range of novel therapies.
The groups efforts to develop novel drugs are being spearheaded by a group that includes Dr. Eric Ruedy, a clinical research pioneer in the lab of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and Dr. John McArthur, who is currently the president and CEO of PSMG.
The two are part of the team at PSMG, which has grown out of the work of Ruedic and McArthur in collaboration over the past two decades.
In a press release announcing the Pioneers’ research on the new class of novel drug, PSMG described its role as an “invention hub” for the new industry.
“PSMG is a leading innovator in the discovery and commercialization of novel and investigational drugs.
It is an innovative group of leading scientists and investors with an ambitious mission to develop and commercialize novel and non-pharmaceutical solutions to medical problems.
This includes developing novel and innovative medicines, diagnostics, and therapeutics for the management of patients with chronic illnesses,” the press release said.
In addition to Ruedis work on the treatment of asthma, McArthur is also a pioneer in treating chronic diseases with a new class, which he developed while he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania.
McArthur developed a novel class of drugs to treat asthma using a new way of making a drug, which allowed him to study the molecules involved in the disease and figure out how to create drugs that work with the molecules in the body.
“I’ve seen some of these drugs fail, but I haven’t seen a failure in the way they’re being used to treat patients,” McArthur told me.
“It’s really exciting to see these drugs being used by patients who are suffering from chronic illnesses, and it’s something that I hope is going to help save lives.”
One of the Pioneering Drugs, AstraSensors, is currently being studied for its potential use as a biomarker for Parkinson’s disease.
The drug has already demonstrated some positive clinical trials in mice, and researchers have shown it to be effective in improving symptoms of the disease.
In fact, Astrasens uses the same protein, called PIK2C19, as that used in Parkinson’s.
This means it is one of the first therapies to be developed to use the PIK protein, which is a member of a group called the Parkinson’s specific N-terminal kinase (PDK).
PDKs role in the development of Parkinson’s is the reason why Parkinson’s can cause movement disorders, which in turn cause symptoms of Parkinson disease.
AstraScience has also found it to have a wide therapeutic benefit for a class of chronic inflammatory diseases.
Astrascience is also the first drug developed for asthma to treat inflammation in the bronchial tubes.
This has led to AstraMed being licensed by Pfizer and Novartism, who are the companies that own AstraNova, AstroSpin, and AstraTech.
This is an incredibly exciting time in the research community for the Pioneerers because of how the field is poised to develop new therapies and medicines in the near future.
“We’re building a whole new way to treat chronic diseases,” McAvoy said.
“If this discovery is any indication, we have a great future ahead of us.”
It is not only the Pioneered drugs that have been developed by PSMG that are helping to create new treatments for chronic illnesses.
The other Pioneers are also working on new drugs, and are working to develop the first class of these medicines, called the new AstraVision.
Astrosense, a novel therapeutic in its own right, was developed by McAvoys research team in collaboration and collaboration with AstraX.