What Could Come After CAR-T? Cue Is Betting On Selective Biologics
Emerging Company Profile: Cue Biopharma, a young biotech formed on the basis of research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is developing biologics engineered to selectively modulate disease-relevant T-cells to treat cancer – technology it has called the "next wave" in cancer immunotherapy.
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