Download PDF November 12, 2013 at 6:58 AM Promethera Biosciences has conducted the trial in Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Israel, treating twenty patients affected by very rare liver-based metabolic diseases Promethera Biosciences, a Belgian biotechnology company developing Promethera(R) HepaStem, a cell-based therapy for the treatment of liver-based metabolic diseases including Crigler-Najjar Syndrome and […]Continue Reading ...
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