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Emerging Therapies Face Development Hurdles

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While traditional biologics continue to see strong market demand, the need for emerging therapies, such as regenerative medicines, has also given rise to a burgeoning pipeline. The biopharmaceutical industry has seen significant levels of investment going into clinical-stage projects for cell therapies, gene therapies, and other regenerative medicines over the past year (1) as efforts increase to tackle the development and manufacturing hurdles for these therapies.

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This article is taken from F. Mirasol, “Emerging Therapies Face Development Hurdles,” BioPharm International 35 (5) 10–16, 48 (2022)

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