The Hype, Hope and Reality of Personalization
Personalized cell-based therapies have been hyped as the future of medicine, but are current manufacturing technologies up to the task?
Behzad Mahdavi, Uwe Gottschalks, Nuala Trainor, Tim Smith |
Cell-based therapies have been celebrated as a new approach to healthcare because of their potential to treat a wide variety of unmet clinical needs – from cancer to arthritis to spinal cord injury. Cell therapy involves administering living cells to a patient with the aim of replacing missing or damaged cell types, potentially treating the underlying cause of a disease. Some cell therapies have already been approved by regulators and with further research taking place, we can expect to see many more in the future.
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