Why Do Antiobesity Pills Never Work?

July 31, 2008

More than a half-dozen drug companies are chasing a dream — an antiobesity pill that actually works. So why does no one ever succeed in designing one? The answer is that the human body conspires to defeat them in a way that doesn’t occur with “regular” illnesses.

Read a deeper explanation here, at BNET’s Pharma Insight’s page. And yes, that’s me doing the guest blogging over there.


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