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    I.46?
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    Good. What did you write for the testing and development of drugs question?
    I wrote it might be difficult to test drugs on animals due to legislation that ban animal testing so using a computer model is inaccurate increasing the likelihood of unknown and dangerous side effects. But really, I don't think my answer answered the question. My other reason was each person is different thus reacts differently to certain drigs so a safe drug cannot be guaranteed.
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    Given how crap I am at chemistry, I actually think that went quite well, except for the last 6 marker. I was so happy for eutrophication and even more happy that there was no electrolysis. Though the polymer one on the first page was ridiculous, there was like no space 😠
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    (Original post by Wolfram Alpha)
    Good. What did you write for the testing and development of drugs question?
    I wrote it might be difficult to test drugs on animals due to legislation that ban animal testing so using a computer model is inaccurate increasing the likelihood of unknown and dangerous side effects. But really, I don't think my answer answered the question. My other reason was each person is different thus reacts differently to certain drigs so a safe drug cannot be guaranteed.
    Yeah I went the complete opposite route and talked about how you need specialist scientists and years worth of testing because of strict regulations. I hope they accept a range of answers! Your answer seems more logical.

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    didn't like the last 6 marker about how to get a drug from a flipping leaf
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    What is the correct incomplete combustion equation?
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    didn't like the last 6 marker about how to get a drug from a flipping leaf
    Most of my class mates and I didn't like it either.
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    (Original post by mxskaan)
    Yeah I went the complete opposite route and talked about how you need specialist scientists and years worth of testing because of strict regulations. I hope they accept a range of answers! Your answer seems more logical.

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    I did the same as you! I said you have to test 1000's of compounds in order to find a suitable one as there are strict pharmaceutical laws. Also, raw materials are often rare an costly.
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    Hi can you please email me the 2015 paper please
 
 
 
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