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Repurposing Leptin (Part 2): It Really Is A One-In-A-Million Drug

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Two decades after the “obesity gene” was the hottest story in biotech, a product from that research is finally going to reach the market. But it is for a disease that occurs in about .0001% of the US population.


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