Biomarkers drive advances in drug therapy

In the abstract, a biomarker is any quantifiable aspect of a living system that indicates its relative health; an old definition from the World Health Organization characterized it as “any substance, structure, or process that can be measured in the […]

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Cold chain capacity concerns around the world

The beginning of the year has brought a slew of announcements on various companies involved in manufacturing or transporting temperature-controlled pharmaceuticals. But the biggest news might be the preparations by the British government for a “hard” (no-deal) Brexit. In mid-January, […]

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The scramble to ramp up CGT production

There’s a lot of sorting out going on in the world of cellular and genetic therapies (CGTs) when it comes to “manufacturing” and “dispensing.” Manufacturing is in quote marks because, unlike nearly all biopharma products, CGTs usually start with a […]

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