At In the Pipeline, Derek Lowe asks in which fields people would consider starting a small drug company. He writes that oncology would have been a good choice a decade ago and that going into cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders doesn’t make much sense, unless you've been sitting on a golden egg. Alzheimer's disease, he says, is an under-served market, adding that "it's unserved for a lot of damned good reasons. The same goes for a number of other CNS indications.

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