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Start-Up Obsidian Gets $49.5m To Determine How And When To Activate CAR-T Cells

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Obsidian CEO Michael Gilman described the company's technology – which allows CAR-T cells and other therapies to be activated by available small molecule drugs – as being able to modulate the effective yet toxic therapies by dialing down, turning up or shutting off the treatments as needed.

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