Pfizer Signs On For Sangamo’s Hemophilia A Gene Therapy
Pfizer has turned again to external expertise among US biotechs to find a potential gene therapy for hemophilia A, to add to its two-year collaboration with Spark Therapeutics on a gene therapy for hemophilia B, and beating off strong competition from other suitors in the process.
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