In this episode of Drug Digest, Pharmaceutical Technology editors discuss the advantages and savings that continuous manufacturing may offer as well as the very real obstacles that might make a fully continuous process not feasible, especially in biologics manufacturing.
Sean Hart, CEO and SCO of LumaCyte, discusses rapid accurate mRNA potency assay possibilities.
Jane True, vice-president of mRNA Commercial Strategy & Innovation and Global Pandemic Security Lead, Pfizer, shares her perspective on how mRNA will shift commercial models in the pharmaceutical industry.
Lives are saved when time from vein to vein decreases.
Nicole Lewis, PVP Program Manager at Boston Children's Hospital, discusses the science behind precision vaccines, a form of personalized vaccines.
Marcel Baumann, business development director at Recipharm, discusses soft mist inhaler technology from the show floor at the World Vaccine Conference.
What can we take away from Pfizer's acquisition of Seagen?
Decreasing vein to vein time saves lives.
Variability instills consistency in advanced therapy medicinal products.
This new pioneering phase of mRNA is loaded with potential, but also obstacles and false dawns.