Bluebird’s Eli-Cel Gene Therapy Among Myriad New Drugs Seeking EU Approval
An advanced immunotherapy for recurrent glioblastoma and the first biosimilar version of Lucentis for age-related macular degeneration have also been submitted for review by the European Medicines Agency for potential pan-EU authorization.
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