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A digital ecosystem for Clinical Trails

July 30, 2021

Clinical trials are complex, lengthy, and resource-inefficient. The clinical research industry is responsible for the delivery of medical solutions to society by systematically evaluating their safety and efficacy in humans during so-called clinical trials. As exemplified by the COVID-19 pandemic, a steady and efficient influx of vaccines, therapeutics, and other innovative medical solutions is critical for meeting society’s current and future medical needs. Unfortunately, the industry faces several persistent issues that make clinical trial operations overly complex, lengthy, and resource-inefficient.

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Oxford BioMedica

Oxford BioMedica plc (LSE: OXB) is a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative gene-based medicines and therapeutic vaccines that aim to improve the lives of patients with high unmet medical needs. Our technology platforms include a highly efficient LentiVector® gene delivery system, which has specific advantages for targeting diseases of the central nervous system and the eye; and a unique tumour antigen (5T4), which is an ideal target for anti-cancer therapy.

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WHO considerations on Regulatory Convergence of Cell and Gene Therapy Products

whitePaper | December 16, 2021

Use of cells, tissues, and gene therapy products for the treatment of diseases or 72 physiological conditions has become of wide interest due to their potential to address serious 73 unmet medical needs.

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Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution System

whitePaper | April 14, 2021

Delivering Covid-19 vaccines to 7.8 billion people is a daunting challenge that will stretch supply chains past their limits. Even if all the needed doses were ready today, vaccine manufacturers still must find solutions to deliver multiple doses of those vaccines to most people on the planet. To read more, please download this free white paper.

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Enabling the Future of Cell & Gene Therapies through Non Proprietary Patient-Owned Data Collection

whitePaper | March 16, 2021

Cell and gene therapies have emerged as a new treatment paradigm, and with them has come the potential to alter the course of many rare diseases. In many cases, there is an opportunity to correct the underlying dysfunction with a one-time administration of a therapy and provide either a functional cure or a substantial improvement in health outcomes. In other cases, long term symptom relief will be the primary therapeutic objective. Some of these indications may require more than one dose to achieve continued symptom relief and scientists and companies are working on technologies that will enable the use of a repeat dose.

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New Diagnostic Approaches for Undiagnosed Rare Genetic Diseases

whitePaper | April 16, 2020

Accurate diagnosis is the cornerstone of medicine; it is essential for informed care and promoting patient and family well-being. However, families with a rare genetic disease (RGD) often spend more than five years on a diagnostic odyssey of specialist visits and invasive testing that is lengthy, costly, and often futile, as 50% of patients do not receive a molecular diagnosis.

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Automated Extraction of High Molecular Weight DNA

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

SmartExtraction significantly simplifies the entire automated workflow of DNA extraction, setting new standards with regard to efficiency, yield and quality of the DNA.

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Becoming a life sciences superpower

whitePaper | September 1, 2021

This report advocates for increased, long-term public investment in research and innovation, particularly in the life sciences sector, to accelerate the UK on its trajectory as a global leader in the field. This report sets out recommendations ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review for policymakers to support innovative businesses, achieve the Prime Minister’s aim of becoming a life sciences superpower, and ultimately, deliver health benefits for Britain – and the world – for generations to come.

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Oxford BioMedica

Oxford BioMedica plc (LSE: OXB) is a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative gene-based medicines and therapeutic vaccines that aim to improve the lives of patients with high unmet medical needs. Our technology platforms include a highly efficient LentiVector® gene delivery system, which has specific advantages for targeting diseases of the central nervous system and the eye; and a unique tumour antigen (5T4), which is an ideal target for anti-cancer therapy.

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