Oxford BioMedica reports advances in gene therapy

10:30 EDT 31 Aug 2011 |

Published with kind permission of MEDNOUS Oxford BioMedica Plc said that recent, promising data from an ongoing Phase 1/2 study of its gene therapy, ProSavin, support the therapy’s potential as a treatment for the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The update was issued on 31 August with the release of the company’s financial results for [...]

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