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LIVE February 27: Round table debate on longevity and compliance in cell and gene therapies

Join our panel of multidisciplinary experts as they consider the longevity and compliance of cell and gene therapies. As part of this Accelerating Science Feature, SelectScience® will bring together experts and industry leaders in cell and gene therapy research, manufacturing, and compliance to discuss the first-ever approval of a gene-editing-based therapy Casgevy.

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Advancements in the field of human genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics have given rise to high-throughput, affordable, and potentially life-changing cell and gene therapies to treat individuals with genetic diseases. Explore our feature to gain expert insights into:

Accelerating Science Forum: Longevity and compliance in cell and gene therapies

Join our panel of multidisciplinary experts as they consider the longevity and compliance of cell and gene therapies.

As part of this Accelerating Science Feature, SelectScience® will bring together experts and industry leaders in cell and gene therapy research, manufacturing, and compliance to discuss the first-ever approval of a gene-editing-based therapy Casgevy.

Exploring the potential of other innovative cell and gene therapy types alongside this critical approval, key topics such as monitoring long-term efficacy, identifying potential risks, improving manufacturing processes, optimizing dosing regimens, and developing robust monitoring systems, will also be discussed.

Whether you are a researcher, healthcare professional, industry representative, or simply interested in the future of medicine, this event will equip you with valuable knowledge and understanding of the challenges and potential solutions related to the longevity and compliance of cell and gene therapies.

Key learning objectives

  • Discuss the first-ever approval of gene-editing-based therapy Casgevy for sickle cell disease.
  • Explore the challenges and advancements in ensuring the safety and long-term therapeutic effects of cell and gene therapies.
  • Examine the complexities involved in researching, developing and producing these treatments, and the types of solutions available.
  • Discuss the hurdles faced in achieving regulatory compliance for cell and gene therapies.
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