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Cell Therapy: Clinical Applications, Manufacturing and Regulation

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Cell therapies can be divided into stem-cell therapies and non-stem-cell therapies. Within these two groups, a variety of mechanisms of action are employed, tailored to the specific type of cell therapy and the disease or condition it’s designed to target.


The global market for cell therapy is expected to experience rapid growth due to increasing demand for innovative cell therapies. This, coupled with their wide range of clinical applications, is anticipated to propel the market to approximately USD 20 billion by 2030.


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  • The diverse potential of cell therapy across different therapeutic areas
  • The regulatory landscape of cell therapy
  • Manufacturing and scalability challenges 

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