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Manufacturing A Breakthrough In Cell Therapy

About this Event

CAR-T cell therapy represents a breakthrough in the treatment of many diseases, providing up to a 90% response rate for termly ill patients with cancers like leukemia and lymphoma. The problem is current centralized method of manufacturing CAR-T cells takes too long, is expensive, and can’t meet the demand.

Adva Biotechnology has shifted the production paradigm for producing CAR-T cells from a centralized and highly skilled labor-intensive model to a distributed model with the introduction of the Adva X3 platform. It allows for point-of-care manufacturing, which results in the availability of the treatment of personally-engineered cells in about a week instead of months, costs one-fifth of the current, and is scalable, ensuring the availability of disruptive, personalized Immune cell therapy for cancer patients worldwide.

The ADVA X3 is an all-in-one, benchtop system that performs the entire CAR-T process in one automated process in a standard hospital clean room. It is the only device that can produce several different therapy products and up to 20 billion cells in each batch and is so simple to use, a lab technician can operate it.

Watch this webinar with AdvaBio to learn how they’ve developed a revolutionary decentralized, automated and efficient manufacturing platform for advanced cell therapy in one benchtop system.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

May 15


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