'Living' History: Breakthrough CAR-T Application Breaks Through In National Media
FDA advisory committee meetings aren’t often front page news. But the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee review of the first CAR-T therapy was on the front page of both the Washington Post and the New York Times. Both headlines describe it as a “living drug.”
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