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It has taken 17 months of negotiations but soon 600-1,200 people in the UK may be able to get Biogen's spinal muscular atrophy therapy now that an access agreement has been inked.
Between 600-1,200 people in England and Wales may be able to get Spinraza now that after 17 months of negotiations "appropriate flexibility" has led to an access agreement.
How did a youthful vendor of IT services, faced with a personal exposure to crippling illness, attract some of the best minds in biotech to launch a company with a then-untested RNA technology that today is a contender for leadership in the rarified space of inherited retinal disease? The answer may lie in the ambitiously definitive name that 36-year-old founder Daniel de Boer gave to his enterprise with a mission: ProQR – an active synonym for finding cures.
Janet Lambert, CEO of the Alliance of Regenerative Medicines recently spoke to In Vivo about the tremendous levels of investment the cell and gene therapy industries are attracting, as well as reasons why Europe excels at incubating advanced product development.
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