Medicinal Chemsitry

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Topic: what is Medicinal Chemistry in the 21st century? | Name Kambura N. 201405016 | Lecturer:B.A. RickertsF Group | TABLE OF CONTENTS 1………………………………………………Cover page 2………………………………………………Introduction: What is Medicinal chemistry? 3……………………………………………...Body: The pharmaceutical industry Global generics Chemistry in a nutshell 4………………………………………………Conclusion End of academic essay In Medicinal chemistry , the chemist attempts to design and synthesize medicine or a pharmaceutical agent which will benefit humanity .Additionally Oxford define medicinal chemistry as the…show more content…
Even in high income countries like the US, brand name drugs are often prohibitively expensive, particularly for the growing numbers of uninsured. Around the world, having access to lower-cost generic medicines can mean the difference between health and sickness for countless people. According to Wolf.M.E, generic drugs hold great promise for the future. The growing acceptance of generics and favorable legislation in much geography, combined with the large volume of branded products losing patent protection over the years, is expanding the generic pharmaceuticals market. Through our branded and unbranded Global Generics business, we fulfill our purpose of providing affordable medicines to more people around the world by offering lower-cost alternatives to highly-priced innovator brands, both directly and through key partnerships. Chemistry and society in a nutshell “In the field of science accuracy is the form of measurement that calculates the degree of closeness of a quality to its true value. Precision is a unit of measurement that is also referred as the ability to reproduce the same results multiple times” (Taylor, 1997). The differences are within the definitions, it all depends on what you are looking for within the results of a test for the proper use of these two units of measurements. Beckrson(2001)Society depends on the accuracy and precision of measurements for products sold by the retail industry, such as a gallon of gasoline, a bushel of

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