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Cell and Gene Therapies Account for a Large Portion of the Therapeutics Market

Cell and gene therapies have gone through a growth spurt in the last decade. According to data from the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), during the first three quarters of 2020, regenerative medicine research and development broke records at nearly $16 billion in global financing. From the treatment of knee injuries to osteoarthritis, certain cancers and even muscular dystrophy, advances in gene and cell therapies have definitely caught the attention

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FDA RACE for Children Act: What You Should Know

Short for Research to Accelerate Cures and Equity, the RACE Act went into effect on August 18, 2020, and significantly increased the number of required studies devoted to pediatric cancer research, drugs, and therapies. Originally enacted in August 2017, as a part of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Reauthorization Act (FDARA), the RACE Act is an amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) which was created

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The Benefits of Hiring the Right CRO

Short for Contract Research Organization, a CRO is a company that provides clinical research support to the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical industries on a contract basis. Contract Research Organizations are hired to offer research support and conduct clinical trials to safely and efficiently bring life-saving drugs and vaccines to market. Lasting partnerships between CROs and pharmaceutical companies are vital to the long-term success of ongoing programs and clinical trials. When

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The Impact of Brexit on European Biotech and Biopharma

At the commencement of her national campaign in July 2016, the former UK Prime Minister Theresa May stated, “It is hard to think of an industry of greater strategic importance to Britain than its pharmaceutical industry.” This still holds true today. Despite this, according to the Freedom of Information Act, as of 2017, the number of EU academics and staff departing the United Kingdom was up by over 35% compared

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The Power of Being NYCE

A recent study using triple-edited ‘NYCE’ cells shows the possibilities of multiplex genome editing to effectively treat complex diseases like some cancers. We explore the promising results.

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