Science|Business senior editor Nuala Moran: it is what it is.
It is time to drop euphemisms like DNA medicines and gene-based medicines: gene therapy has made it through to the commercial mainstream.
More than 17 years after the first (supposedly) successful treatment was publicised, a big-ticket, big-pharma deal was signed for a gene therapy product last week, when Sanofi-Aventis agreed a €518 million licence for Oxford BioMedica plc’s TroVax,...
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