Issue Date: March 10, 2008
Financial Windfall From Lyrica
OF ALL THE would-be pharmaceutical agents that academic researchers study, very few turn into commercial medications. Even fewer still generate millions of dollars for the drugs' discoverers and their universities. And for a university to land a drug-related windfall at the next level up—in the billion-dollar blockbuster range—is all but unheard of. Yet Northwestern University stands to bring in that kind of wealth from its royalties on Lyrica, a pain and epilepsy medication . . .
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