Hi all. So ive been following ulotaront since like november 2021. So from reading the clinical trials they apparently forst created this drug in 2013. It is now 2022 and there still testing the drug. I dont understand why these clinical trials have to be 10 years +. It feels like 5 years or less would be long enough to test it. Like ulotaront has a trial that wont begin until 2024. Instead of starting it in 2024 why dont they start it now? Same goes with other drugs like karlxt and emricladine.
Do you think there is some form of corruption go making the test take so long. Like this is a way for the FDA to make more money or something. What are your thoughts.
Lol wow sorry to hear. Yeah ppl were saying.abilify would.help with negatives and that turned out to be a big flop. Im really hoping these new meds would help with negative and cognitive problems. Basically we need a medication that gets rid of psychosis and dosnt cause any side effects.
Well thats good your keeping more active. I spend most of my time on the computer or cellphone. But i really feel like it taking q0 years to release medication is really hindering the process. Like why does these test have to be so damn long.
I try to remember that if a new drug works, it will only work on 50-60% of patients. Many patients will have lack of efficacy, some will have adverse effects. Patients tend to expect too much with new meds.