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10 Tips for Developing a Successful Cell Therapy
Developing with commercialization in mind is key.!--h2>
Developing a cell therapy presents a unique set of challenges, even for the world of biotechnology. As a developer, the most important guidance is to develop with commercialization in mind. If your product cannot be commercialized successfully, neither your company nor your target patient population will benefit. Here are ten tips on what “developing with commercialization in mind” means in practice:
Box: Resource Demand During Commercialization
This chart offers perspective on how the choice of delivery and manufacturing model impacts resource requirements. An advantage is achieved by utilizing a multi-step model over direct delivery due to decreased clinical site resource requirements. A further advantage is achieved by choosing a multi-step delivery/centralized manufacturing hybrid model by further reducing the clinical site resources required.
Sanjin Zvonic, Ph.D., is director, technology and business development, at PCT (Progenitor Cell Therapy). For more information on how to develop, manufacture, deliver, and commercialize your cell therapy product, please visit www.pctcelltherapy.com.
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