Yvonne Bryson, M.D., an infectious disease researcher at UCLA, presented the case of an American woman who was cured of HIV after receiving a new transplant procedure that leverages donated umbilical cord blood.
A U.S. patient with leukemia has become the first woman and the third person to date to be cured of HIV after receiving a stem cell transplant from a donor who was naturally resistant to the virus that causes AIDS, researchers reported on February 15.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Rezurock (belumosudil) as a new treatment option for anyone over 12 years of age with chronic graft-versus-host disease after two prior lines of therapy have failed.
Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to be cured of HIV when he had a unique type of bone marrow transplant, died in California after relapsing with cancer.
Menlo Park, California-based Orca Bio closed on a Series D financing worth $192 million, bringing the total raised since 2016 to $300 million.
Weeks after securing $52 million in a Series C financing, Magenta Therapeutics is eying the raising of $100 million in an initial public offering two years after it was launched by Third Rock Ventures and Atlas Venture with $48.5 million in Series A financing.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Magenta Therapeutics is teaming up with Ladenburg, Germany-based Heidelberg Pharma GmbH to improve curative bone marrow transplantation.