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February 11, 2019

Why the CAR-T cell therapy can be a cause for human drama

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Michael Eder

According to information from the biopharmaceutical industry, the loss rate for CAR-T cell therapies is over 1%. This means that it can be assumed that currently only 99 out of 100 people receive a fully functional Car-T therapy. Read here!

February 8, 2019

CAR-T cell therapies: The therapy is slowly coming to the market – but does it also usefully reach the patient?

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Michael Eder

The National Health Service (NHS) of Great Britain, confirms the use of CAR-T Cell Therapy Kymriah on an 11-year-old leukaemia patient. However, it is not certain whether the vital therapy will make its way into society. Read it for yourself!
 

January 18, 2019

Why single use systems are the optimal solution when storing and shipping frozen substances

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Michael Eder

Due to increased efficiency, flexibility and cost reduction, it has become standard practice to use integrated single use freeze-thaw systems with single use bags, tubing and connectors. Find out what the reasons for this are here!

December 6, 2018

FDA invites Single Use Support to present MITS.2D!

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Michael Eder

In November, Single Use Support GmbH Founder Johannes Kirchmaier presented the company newest development, the MITS.2D at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) headquarters in Washington to more than 60 industry experts.

October 1, 2018

How a spontaneous idea turned into a “hack” benefitting a whole industry

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Michael Eder

As is the case with a number of developments, a spontaneous idea and the will to shake things up led to something big. Two young entrepreneurs from Tyrol, Austria, took on the challenge to “hack” the biopharma logistics process, or, in other words, to reinvent if not revolutionize it.
 

September 30, 2018

You want to know what an oyster has to do with higher returns in the biopharma industry?

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Michael Eder

It all starts with a grain of sand that by chance found its way into the oyster. The grain of sand is an annoyance; it poses a problem. The oyster feels disturbed so it deals with the intruder. But how does the oyster go about it – how does the oyster save its problem?