First year of the CAT: one advanced therapy approved, but more to come
This article was originally published in Scrip
As the European Medicines Agency celebrates the 15th anniversary of its creation in January 1995, its Committee on Advanced Therapies (CAT) has marked its first year of operations by reviewing progress in developing the EU regulatory framework for these novel medicines.
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