Tagged With Gene Therapy

The US just approved a $2.1 million treatment for a devastating disease. It's the most expensive drug in the world.


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There's now a cure for the deadly genetic disorder known as 'bubble-boy' disease



Big pharma's big bets, a hedge-fund rivalry, and Silicon Valley's obsession with failing forward


The top scientist at AveXis told us the 'unique' strength that powered its $9 billion sale to Novartis, and it could shape the future of gene therapy


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Drugs that cost as much as a house are on the way to treat rare and devastating diseases. The US is scrambling to figure out how to pay for them.


Swiss drug giant Roche reportedly readies to buy the biotech behind the first FDA-approved gene therapy and the priciest medicine in the US


A revolutionary drug that could treat a rare and devastating disease is prohibitively expensive. But one state has a plan to pay for its potential $5 million price tag.


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A new kind of one-time treatment is revolutionising the way we treat diseases like cancer and blindness, but not a lot of patients are using it



Akouos, a biotech startup that's trying to tackle a $750 billion global problem, just announced it's raised a new funding round


Novartis just handed out a $8.7 billion endorsement for new therapies that are changing how we treat genetic diseases


The FDA just approved the first gene therapy to treat blindness


A first-of-its-kind treatment for blindness just got one step closer to approval



A medical breakthrough that hacks genes to fight cancer just got approved, and it's the beginning of 'a big new field of medicine'


This company is trying a radical approach to reverse a rare form of blindness


The way the horrific villain in 'Jessica Jones' got his superpowers isn't entirely unreal