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Cipla enters into JV with Kemwell Biopharma & Manipal Education &...

The primary goal of this joint venture is to develop and commercialize novel Cell therapy products for major unmet medical needs in the United States, Japan, and EU regions

Fortis Healthcare launches advanced ‘Fortis Institute of Blood Disorders’

This initiative is supported by a commercial collaboration with ImmunoACT, an IIT-Bombay spin-off and pioneer in India’s first fully indigenous and commercially approved gene-modified cell therapy

Glenmark becomes first to launch biosimilar of popular anti‐diabetic drug, Liraglutide,...

Lirafit™ will sharply lower the daily cost of therapy by around 70% to around Rs 100; making the drug more accessible to a larger number of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the country

Patent granted to LVPEI scientists for novel stem cell therapy

Inventors Sayan Basu and Vivek Singh use stem cells from the eye’s surface to produce a patented new therapy to treat vision loss due to corneal scarring or corneal distention

BioVoice eMagazine September 2023 | Issue 9 | Volume 4

The Cover Story decodes the smart hospital concept and the latest trends on adoption of automation and digitalization within Indian hospitals. Read the series of power-packed interviews featuring leading industry figures, Subodh Gupta of Lord’s Mark Microbiotech; Ajaykumar JK of Vellon Space, Anantha Nema of Veeva Systems, Dr Sabahat S. Azim of Glocal Healthcare; & Rajnikant Shah of Medtech Life.

Experts emphasize need for affordable gene & cell therapies

We would love to explore collaborations in India to help create a philanthropic movement in funding incurable disease cures: Dr Chad Jackson

Research grants endowed with €240,000

DKMS supports promising young scientists in advancing blood cancer therapy

Shaping Medicine’s Landscape: Engineered Cell Therapy Market’s Influence

A decrease in the price of engineered cell treatments has also increased consumer interest

Blood cancer research funded to give patients hope

DKMS supports four young scientists in advancing blood cancer therapy

Indian researchers identify better drug treatment for ‘Severe Scrub Typhus’

A major public health threat in India and other South Asian countries, it is estimated that in endemic regions, about a Billion People are at risk of contracting the infection, and 1.5 lakh people die from it every year