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Bluebird widens its CAR-T ambitions with a $130M Five Prime deal

Bluebird bio, already making headlines with its promising gene therapy, is expanding its efforts in immuno-oncology, pairing up with Five Prime Therapeutics to develop cell therapies for cancer.

Bluebird offers a promising peek at a potential cure for sickle cell

Bluebird bio, at work on a gene therapy for a rare blood disorder, unveiled some early but promising data on the one-time treatment's secondary indication of curing sickle cell disease, sending the biotech's value further skyward.

Bluebird beats a path to early approval for its pioneering gene therapy

Bluebird bio, developing a potential cure for a rare blood disorder, is angling for an accelerated approval as it works through clinical trials, setting out a regulatory framework that could get the gene therapy on the market sooner than expected.

Gene therapy pioneer bluebird bags a 'breakthrough' title for lead program

Bluebird bio nabbed the FDA's breakthrough drug title for LentiGlobin BB305 as a new treatment for beta-thalassemia major, putting one of the industry's top experimental gene therapies back squarely in a promising spotlight.

Bluebird posts more promising results for its rare disease therapy

Bluebird bio's experimental therapy for the genetic blood disorder beta-thalassemia major is working just as the biotech planned, using a single dose to wean two more patients off of the chronic transfusions required to treat the disease.

Biotech R&D is changing. Don't get left behind

Over the last few years we've seen some big changes in the way some drugs are developed. What better time to host a new FierceBiotech executive panel discussion on current trends in late-stage development?

Bluebird bio snares gene-editing tech in $156M buyout deal

The gene therapy pioneer bluebird bio has snapped up a biotech outfit skilled in gene-editing and cell-signaling tech in a deal valued at up to $156 million, including about $16 million worth of its stock.

Bluebird's gene therapy 2.0 weans beta-thalassemia patients off blood transfusions

Gene therapy 2.0 at bluebird bio is demonstrating some early signs of success with an upgrade to its experimental therapy for the genetic blood disorder beta-thalassemia demonstrating promising results in a pair of patients, weaning them off the regular blood transfusions needed to stay alive.

Bluebird bio buoyed by news of looming trial data

Shares of Cambridge, MA-based bluebird bio shot up after CEO Nick Leschly noted the looming arrival of early-stage data for its drug LentiGlobin, designed to treat the rare blood disorder beta thalassemia.

The top 10 biotech IPOs of 2013

Last year when we did the list of the top 10 biotech IPOs of 2012, we were lucky to have 10. Actually, there were 11, and that looked pretty good compared to the lean and hungry years of 2008 to...