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Monthly Archives: April 2019

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Abeona PACE Update: Fast Track granted by FDA for ABO-101

Today Abeona Therapeutics announced that the FDA has granted Fast Track designation to ABO-101, the investigational gene therapy approach currently being investigated in children with MPS IIIB. The phase 1/2 clinical study, ABT-002, is currently enrolling in Spain and the US though we are working to activate additional study sites. This is an important designation by the [...]

Invitation to Participate in Research Study for Canadian Patients and Families with Lysosomal Storage Diseases (LSDs)

Invitation to Participate in Research Study for Canadian Patients and Families with Lysosomal Storage Diseases (LSDs)  This study is part of the PhD Program at the Carleton University Study Title: Access to Orphan Drugs in Canada: Integrating Patient and Policy Perspectives (Study #110105).   Dear patients and families with Lysosomal Storage Diseases (LSDs): We are conducting interviews [...]

Sangamo Therapeutics announced an update on its in vivo genome editing programs: SB-913 (mucopolysaccharidosis type II, or MPS II), SB-318 (MPS I)

    Message from Christeen Moburg, Sr. Director, Patient Advocacy, Sangamo Therapeutics MPS I & MPS II We have been encouraged and heartened to see preliminary evidence of successful in vivo genome editing in our MPS I and MPSII clinical studies. However, we have determined that no additional patients will be treated at this time with first generation [...]