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Gene Therapy's Future Can Be NAV-igated Alone, REGENXBIO CEO Says

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Having netted $148m in its September initial public offering, REGENXBIO, Inc. is moving toward the clinic with its first two gene therapy candidates and believes it – and its licensees – are positioned to succeed in gene therapy where earlier attempts failed. Coming out of a "quiet period" after its IPO, which sold 7.2 million shares at $22 apiece, REGENXBIO CEO Kenneth Mills talked to Scrip's sister publication "The Pink Sheet" DAILY about his company's plans and strategies, as well as why its novel adeno-associated virus (NAV) vectors might be more viable than the first iteration of AAV-based therapies.

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