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26 Jan 2023

How to Commercialise an Advanced Therapy: Lessons Learned and Future Plans

Advanced therapy clinical trials are growing, with a record number of therapies being approved in 2021. This increase in approvals has led many to predict that the commercialization of advanced therapies is not far away

It offers the potential for fantastic breakthroughs for patients. But it’s vitally important that the supply chain is fully equipped to deal with this new reality. Pharmaceutical companies, suppliers, and manufacturers need to start preparing themselves for this demand right away, with storage facilities being a key concern. Failure to get ahead of the issue will increase cost and time pressures further down the line.

Join our panel of experts to as they discuss why the time is now and why it pays to be prepared for the commercialization of advanced therapies.

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    In this Connect to Frankfurt session, Andrea Zobel, Senior Director, Personalized Supply Chain at World Courier (Berlin Germany), Melissa Lattanzi, VP Emerging Therapies at AmerisourceBergen (King of Prussia, USA), and Hans-Peter Scherzer, Customer Success Project Manager at World Courier (Tyrol, Austria) come together to discuss the how advanced therapies – namely, cell and gene therapies – require new and robust pharmaceutical logistics when orchestrating their commercialisation and bringing the therapeutic to patients.