Gene Therapies: The Moment of Truth
Are physicians and patients ready?
Offering new hope to patients suffering certain conditions, gene therapies are a class of medicines which have the potential to transform how conditions are treated and may even provide a cure.
While only a handful are currently approved globally, a rich and diverse developmental pipeline suggests the stage is set for change.
In our latest point of view, we use data from our syndicated Global Therapy Monitor and Conference Assessment Studies to highlight potential knowledge gaps among treating physicians when it comes to gene therapies. We also offer recommendations on how these gaps could be bridged to help amplify both physician and patient adoption of these therapies in the future.
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