EdiGene, Immunochina to develop CAR-T therapy

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

May 27, 2020 -- EdiGene and Immunochina have announced they are collaborating on the development of allogeneic CAR-T therapy for cancer.

Both companies have experience in late-stage hematological malignancies. Though strides have been made in the use of autologous T-cell therapies, they believe allogeneic T cells could also play an important role in future treatments, according to the companies.

No other details about the partnership were provided.

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