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Bluebird 'Turns A Corner' With Lentiglobin Gene Therapy, Tests Remain

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Updated results of studies of its Lentiglobin gene therapy using bluebird's new manufacturing process presented at the EHA meeting are encouraging but the real test will be in the longevity of its effects and the strength of its surrogate marker.

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