Cellular therapy has become increasingly popular because cells have the ability to carry out many complex functions that drugs cannot. As much promise as cellular therapies hold, clinical studies of cellular therapies come with unique challenges such as:
- The use of highly specialized laboratories to manufacture investigational product
- Ensuring the minimum number of cells are available for infusion
- Several months may pass between the time a subject is enrolled to the time the cellular product is administered
Download this article to learn more about how to address these and other common challenges in cell therapy studies.