Response to @GSK: “It is easier to put a man on the moon than develop a #malaria vaccine. For starters, you can see the moon.” ―Andrew Witty

Hey Andrew!

420px-FullMoon2010

Just put an extra spoon of green sugar,

available in a shynny pharmaceutical form,

papers with a weird symbol printed somewhere,

green sugar is the ingredient to find a malaria vaccine,

I bet you will get that vaccine,

The only problem are the revenues… neglected tropical diseases?

I know you will not put that extra spoon of green sugar,

Tropical diseases are neglected, anyway.

The spoon of green sugar is more useful to fight diabetes,

Diabetes type zero on astronauts travelling to the moon.

Featured photo (moon).
CC BY-SA 3.0 Gregory H. Revera

ntd

  3 comments for “Response to @GSK: “It is easier to put a man on the moon than develop a #malaria vaccine. For starters, you can see the moon.” ―Andrew Witty

  1. January 1, 2015 at 12:47 am

    hehe…maybe it’s even easier to incorporate policies so as to render vaccine development unnecessary?

    • January 1, 2015 at 2:36 am

      Thank you for your comment.

      I am sorry but could you please explain me more (I don’t understand your question).

      Happy new year, kind regards.

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