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Parkinson’s Disease: Novel Science And Collaborations Fuel Progress

Novel therapeutic strategies for Parkinson’s disease have brought a renewed sense of optimism to those researching this neurodegenerative disorder. Numerous treatment avenues are being explored, including small molecules, gene therapy, cell therapy and medical devices to stimulate nerves deep in the brain. Digital also gets a look-in, being useful for analyzing gait and other symptoms, and addressing both mental and physical issues.

BioPharmaceutical Neurology Outlook 2020

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A Tale Of Two Pipelines

Immuno-oncology has produced some exciting successes, but the field has become intensely crowded. Enormous resources are being poured into duplicative work and shaky hypotheses—overshadowing other pursuits in cancer research while producing limited results. It is time to re-evaluate how the sector should be pursuing innovation in cancer and how it can be smarter in its use of resources—financial investment, talent, bandwidth, patients and data.

ImmunoOncology Cancer

Internal Manufacturing Capabilities Are Critical To Level-Up eTheRNA

A year into his role as a CEO of the Belgian mRNA biotech eTheRNA immunotherapies, industry veteran Steven Powell talks to In Vivo about his plans for the business over the coming couple of years. An important timeframe to move the company well into clinical activity.

BioPharmaceutical Research and Development Strategies

What The New Decade Could Bring For Alzheimer’s Treatment

Dementia is one of the world’s greatest health care challenges. Globally, there is a new case of dementia every three seconds, adding up to around 50 million people worldwide. While it is good news that people are living longer, healthier lives, by 2050 the number of people with dementia is predicted to more than triple, reaching around 152 million.

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Bispecifics Could Be A Threat To CAR-Ts

T-cell-engaging bispecific antibodies emerged at ASH as viable competitors for autologous T-cell therapies, but while their off-the-shelf availability is intriguing, it may be too early to say if their safety and efficacy beats CAR-Ts.

Cancer Innovation

Regenerative Medicines And Advanced Therapies: Progress, Problems And Promise

The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine’s Q3 report illustrates just how far the sector has come in the 10 years since the organization’s founding. The number of therapies in the pipeline has ballooned, in parallel with financing for development activities.

Regenerative Medicine Research and Development Strategies

2020 Vision For Biopharma

Crystal ball gazing is a tricky, sometimes futile, endeavor. No one knows what the future holds, but there are consistent scenarios emerging that are being debated by industry leaders as they try to foretell and outsmart key market catalysts expected to ripple across the biopharma sector in 2020. With insights from executives, investors and consultancies, as well as our own experts, In Vivo can paint a picture of biopharma wins and woes expected in the new year and new decade.

Innovation Outlook 2020
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