Once upon a time, bacterial infections claimed the lives of thousands of people. With the discovery and widespread clinical use of penicillin in the first half of the 20th century, antibiotics have greatly reduced the mortality caused by bacterial infections and made a great contribution to the health of… Continue Reading In the face of super bacteria, monoclonal antibody became the weapon of the post-antibiotic era

Viagra From the failure of cardiovascular medications to the great success of ED indications In the 1980s, scientists at Pfizer’s European Research Center have been looking for drugs to treat cardiovascular diseases such as angina. The commonly used nitrates at that time were prone to tolerance. At that time, basic… Continue Reading How did innovative drugs fail from Viagra to PD-1?