When do discoveries stop being headlines and start being a product on the shelf available for purchase? The short answer, according to John Marchica, faculty associate in the W. P. Carey School of Business and the College of Health Solutions, is approximately 10 years. If, that is, the discovery truly has merit and can be readily applied as some kind of healthful solution.

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