Big Pharma Presence In Gene Therapy Dealmaking Validates Technology
For several years, smaller biotechs have been advancing gene therapies and delivery technology. Big Pharma companies have increasingly been becoming involved through deal-making, and are ready to take gene therapy to the next level.
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