Abuja - Adeleke University is said to be seeking human
volunteers to test a liver drug trial which has prospects of curing liver
problems related to the liver, Punch reported.
Vice Chancellor, Oluwole Amusan, announced the call during a
press conference at the university.
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Amusan, states "drug development, drugs are given to
lower animals like mice and later will be given to animals like chimpanzees.
The last set to be given will be human beings."
Director of Academic Planning at the university, Prof
Temitope Oyedepo, has stated that the mixture has been given to a patient who
has liver damage and was cured.
The trial needs to be administered to more patients to see
if it really works.
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