How do medical drugs work?
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Aspirin is often given to cure a headache, but it can also neutralize the inflammation that causes pain in the joints of people suffering from arthritis.
Modern drug research studies the cause of diseases, then designs molecules that interrupt or reverse the disease process. All drugs cause some unwanted effects, and scientists try to find new drugs that relieve disease without causing further problems.
Modern drugs have been developed to cure or control many illnesses, and now new drug molecules can be designed to have particular properties.
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