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Gene Therapy Manufacturing Make-Or-Buy Options Weighed

Executive Summary

Once a gene therapy product begins to show promise in clinical trials, the next step is deciding how the product is to be manufactured. Options are to make the product in house, contract out the manufacturing, or to combine the two approaches. An industry representative discussed some of the advantages and disadvantages of each approach and what to look for in the site selection process if the company decides to build out.

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