Takeda opens new cell therapy manufacturing facility

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

September 15, 2020 -- Takeda Pharmaceuticals said it has opened a new 24,000-sq-ft research and development (R&D) cell therapy manufacturing facility at its R&D headquarters in Boston.

The company said that the new facility will provide end-to-end R&D capabilities and accelerate its efforts to develop next-generation cell therapies. These initiatives are initially focused on oncology, but there's potential to expand into other therapeutic areas, Takeda said.

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