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Drug Repurposing [Working Title]
Drug repurposing or repositioning refers to "studying of clinically approved drugs in one disease to see if they have therapeutic value and do not trigger side effects in other diseases." Nowadays, it is a vital drug discovery approach to explore new therapeutic benefits of existing drugs or drug candidates in various human diseases including neurological disorders. This approach overcomes the shortage faced during traditional drug development in grounds of financial support and timeline. It isdoi:10.5772/intechopen.93093 fatcat:liekw5ffnnhezgx3te5sivvi7e