I would like some feedback on the question as to why concordia has the sole rights to manufacure and distribute t3 why there could potentially be another company that could produce. Our own.
boots contract manufacturing in beeston is regulated by the mrha and contracts for proctor and gamble and glaxo smith kline and reckitt and benckiser as well as making a well known face serum you can look younger whilst you feel 90 lol it is also owned by walgreens as a mother company that has its own chain of pharmacys and i think they own jaysons as well boots scientists created ibuprofen and called it neurofen then sold it to reckitts but my point is boots still manufatured it under its own licence under contract
if t3 is a prescription generic drug that potentially could be manufactured some where else alot cheaper as the formula would be available as is ibuprofen then it could potentially be used more as a the cost wouldnt be an issue to the nhs and concordia would not have the strangehold and could be undercut thus making it a better alternative to just t4 for us and the nhs
also these companies all use the workplace sick system of getting people into the dole queue as in the unavailability to work if they made t3 then we wouldnt be as sick and they would have a great workfore
how much would it cost to get another pharmacuetical company to manufacture to a charity the charity supplies all the evidence from members private lab tests and we do our own researce and development and our own paper as to the value of having t3 when you a patient needs it
Can we get a different pharmaceutical company on board i meen they are greedy after all
I might start drinking decaf