GW Prescription drugs' Schizophrenic Marijuana Drug Knowledge

GW Prescription drugs ended up 7.6% yesterday after saying in a press launch headline that the corporate had "Constructive Proof of Idea Knowledge in Schizophrenia" for its cannabidiol, or CBD, drug.

Sounds nice, proper? With proof of idea in hand, the corporate simply wants to verify the part 2 outcomes and every thing is grand. Hooray for science. And medical marijuana derivatives. And sufferers. And buyers.

There’s only one drawback: proof of idea implies that you simply had a speculation, examined it, and it turned out to work, albeit on a scale smaller than is important to get the drug permitted.

However GW Prescription drugs does not have hypothesis-driven knowledge. As an alternative, the biotech says that "over a collection of exploratory endpoints, CBD was persistently superior to placebo." Seven paragraphs into the press launch the corporate states, "As a part 2a proof of idea research, there was no single...

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