We kick off a new long form series assessing the life science industry from its leaders with ex-Teva chief Jeremy Levin.

Cellectis is now a step closer to restarting enrollment in the studies yet faces new restrictions that will cap how quickly it gets back up to speed.

A tax credit that allows biopharma companies to recoup some of the cost of developing drugs for rare diseases could be abolished if a Republican tax reform…

Tocagen is moving straight into a phase 3 trial of its gene therapy in cancer and thus needs more patients, but it has also been given a $2 million orphan drug…

The antisense drug triggered a 20-point improvement against a score of neuropathy impairment, laying a marker for the upcoming showdown with Alnylam.

After decades of research, a gene therapy to correct a specific genetic mutation is on the brink of being approved by the FDA.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has enlisted the help of 11 top biopharma companies to bring new cancer immunotherapies to patients faster.

The Big Pharma reached the decision after going over a mixed set of data from its big bet on a phase 3 program.