Article: The Future of Gene Therapies: Three Trends

2023-06-06T14:38:04-04:00Cell & Gene Therapy|

Since the first gene therapy procedure more than 30 years ago, the field has seen significant advances and development, but also setbacks and issues. What is the future direction for gene therapies? Precision’s Phil Cyr, Richard Macaulay and Andy Kinley identify three future trends and how they might impact safety, manufacturing development, and reimbursement and payment.


Article: Weathering the Storm: Cell and Gene’s Economic Downturn

2023-02-21T15:31:12-05:00Cell & Gene Therapy|

After record-setting milestones in fundraising over the past two years, the advanced therapy investment landscape is experiencing a natural correction. Precision’s Anshul Mangal and Dr. James M. Wilson outline in this The Medicine Maker article how industry leaders can ensure the advancement of innovative treatments for patients with #rarediseases by consolidating investments and prioritizing partnerships with patient advocacy organizations.


New Tech on the Rise: The Future of Cell and Gene Therapies Is Here

2023-01-19T07:17:38-05:00Cell & Gene Therapy|

Recent headlines suggest that the biotech industry as a whole is experiencing a downturn, yet in spite of this narrative the momentum for advanced therapies continues to persevere. Many companies in the cell and gene therapy space are dedicated to bringing these novel therapies to the patients who need them. In this article for PM360 Magazine, Precision’s Anshul Mangal explores the breakthroughs taking place in autologous cell therapies, non-viral delivery methods, and gene editing technologies that may improve patient access for life-saving treatments.


Article: Early Health Economic Models in Gene and Cell Therapy to Inform Clinical Trial Design and Optimize Commercialization Efforts

2022-12-14T10:08:30-05:00Cell & Gene Therapy|

Since the early 2000s, early economic models have been used by many developers as a best practice to maximize development through clinical trial design and commercial success. Early economic models are similar to HTA models in that they assess the direct and indirect costs and consequences of using a new therapy. Based off experience, early health economic models have been particularly useful in three major areas.

  • Assessing commercial viability
  • Developing clinical trial design and evidence-generation strategy
  • Planning for launch preparedness

Ivar Jensen (VP, Precisionheor) is joined by Phil Cyr (SVP, Precision Value & Health) to provide insight on this in “Early Health Economic Models in Gene and Cell Therapy to Inform Clinical Trial Design and Optimize Commercialization Efforts“.