16th March 2017
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£60 million Series C financing to advance multiple cancer programmes

£60 million Series C financing to advance multiple cancer programmes London, UK – 16 March 2017: Cell Medica (or ‘the Company’), a leading cellular immunotherapy company, has closed a £60 million Series C investment round with participation from existing investors Touchstone Innovations, funds managed by Invesco Perpetual, and funds managed by Woodford Investment Management. Cell […]

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21st February 2017
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Lead cancer immunotherapy candidate receives FDA fast track designation

Lead cancer immunotherapy candidate receives FDA fast track designation London, UK and Houston, TX, US – February 21, 2017. Cell Medica, a leader in developing cellular immunotherapy for the treatment of cancer, today announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Fast Track designation to its lead oncology product CMD-003 for patients with […]

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10th November 2016
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Cell Medica and Baylor College of Medicine expand partnership to develop allogeneic CAR-NKT cells for cancer treatment

Cell Medica and Baylor College of Medicine expand partnership to develop allogeneic CAR-NKT cells for cancer treatment London, UK and Houston, TX – November 10, 2016 – Cell Medica, a leader in cellular immunotherapy for cancer, has expanded its partnership with Baylor College of Medicine (‘Baylor’) to develop an off-the-shelf allogeneic cell therapy, taking advantage […]

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24th August 2016
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Cell Medica and UCL collaborate to develop modified T cell receptor products for the treatment of cancer

Cell Medica and UCL collaborate to develop modified T cell receptor products for the treatment of cancer London, UK – August 24, 2016 – Cell Medica, a leader in developing, marketing and manufacturing cellular therapeutics for cancer and infections, has signed a research collaboration with UCL (University College London) aiming to utilize UCL’s novel T […]

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