IP Commercializer PureTech Enters CAR-T With Vor BioPharma Start-Up
PureTech Health has moved into the hot area of CAR-T immuno-oncology by launching Vor BioPharma - but the IP commercializer isn't giving details on the start-up's novel chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy platform, or how it hopes to remove bottlenecks to the approach's use outside of B-cell cancers.
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