LifeArc publishes expert advice to support work around repurposing medicines

The theme of repurposing medicines for use with other diseases was recently discussed at the LAM Action Annual Meeting. Medical research charity LifeArc, and law firm Pinsent Masons have published the key lessons from a March seminar aimed at supporting charities, researchers and funders researching new uses for existing medicines.

LAM Action trustee Jo Pisani is also a trustee of LifeArc, and their fascinating report includes a case study on the use of Rapamycin to treat women with LAM, featuring LAM Action Treasurer Sarah Sharples.

To read or to download the case study on LAM please click here.

To read the LifeArc article and to download a copy of the whole report please click here.