Interview: ViroMed On Pricing, Manufacturing World’s First Broadly Used Gene Therapy
The head of global business strategy at ViroMed, one of the gene therapy companies nearing the commercial stage in the US, talks exclusively to Scrip about the South Korean biotech’s strategies, including for pricing and manufacturing, which are emerging as key considerations for developers.
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