- Posted by Bert Middleton
- On December 19, 2011
- 0 Comments
- Drugs For Gout, Gout Medications, Prescription Gout Drugs
…From Ardea Biosciences
To meet the demand of the worldwide gout “epidemic”, Lesinurad has come to the rescue! In all the compassion and benevolence of the pharmaceutical industry, we can now take more synthetic chemicals to deal with all the toxicity that we have amassed in our bodies due to too many toxic chemicals.
Lesinurad is going to make it possible for you to continue ignoring the basic tenets of good health, and go on destroying your health with your completely out-of-balance lifestyle habits!
Lesinurad…Tell Us More
Here is an article that popped up on my Google Alerts and it caught my attention so I thought I’d give it some are time. Check it out, this is an article from the good folks at MarketWatch.com; they are there to help us cash in right along side of the pharmaceutical companies as they invent new illnesses and redesign old ones.
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SAN DIEGO, CA, Dec 19, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Ardea Biosciences, Inc. RDEA -4.07% today announced that it has initiated the first of four planned Phase 3 clinical trials in its development program for lesinurad, the Company’s lead product candidate for the chronic treatment of gout. The lesinurad Phase 3 development program is expected to involve approximately 2,000 gout patients at sites around the world. The remaining Phase 3 studies in the program are expected to begin shortly.”
“We are extremely pleased to have initiated our Phase 3 program for lesinurad as planned,” commented Barry D. Quart, PharmD, president and chief executive officer of Ardea. “Lesinurad has the potential to significantly improve the lives of millions of gout patients who are untreated or inadequately treated due to the limitations of current therapies. Our Phase 3 program is designed to demonstrate that potential in the patient populations most in need, including patients who have not achieved medically appropriate target serum uric acid levels with standard doses of a xanthine oxidase inhibitor, patients who cannot tolerate the current standard of care, and patients with advanced disease.”
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What Do You Make of Lesinurad?
The reason I wanted to make something of this article is because I think they brought forward a really important point that somehow always gets lost in the gout conversation, and that is this; the problem is not that most people with gout “make” too much uric acid, it’s that they can’t get rid of enough of it fast enough. I’m glad I had the chance to point this out to you and show you that I’m not the only one trying to tell you this.
However, my point IS, there are so many good, wholesome, holistic, healthy, natural ways and methods to improve kidney function and excretion other than becoming a drug addict.
☆ You Don’t Need Lesinurad. Period.
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