Cure for neglected diseases: funding. Large doses of donations will lead to new drugs, report says.

by Justin Gillis

Drug and biotechnology companies have launched more than 60 projects in recent years to discover new treatments for a wide array of neglected diseases, a report has found, and the result could be nine or 10 drugs by the end of this decade with the potential to improve the lives of the world’s poorest people.

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