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Right Turn: Sugary solution to scientific pickle

Whether you call it cotton candy, candy floss or the original name for it “fairy floss,” I’m going to assume you’ve never called it “a tool for creating artificial blood vessels.” (Too long and not very appetizing.) Nevertheless, Dr. Leon Bellan, Vanderbilt...

Update from the Clinic: January

Welcome to your update from the clinic for the month of January. It was a quiet month in the clinic. However, we did see some clearances for various clinical studies, including Fate’s ProTmune in GvHD and Pluristem’s PLX-R18 in hematopoietic recovery following bone...

Right Turn: Counting stem cells for a restful sleep

I had the pleasure of talking about my career to my daughter’s class when she was in grade 5. In an effort to keep the kids awake, I avoided a potentially sleep-inducing talk about corporate communications and instead focused most of my presentation on giving a simple...

Cell Therapy Deal Review: January

Welcome to your Cell Therapy Deal Review for the month of January. Things got off to a quick start with a number of cell-based immunotherapy companies announcing deals and research collaborations out of the gate, including a third acquisition by Juno. Juno...