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European Biopharmaceutical Review

Realising the Potential of Human Cells for Therapy

Cell therapy offers the potential to revolutionise health care. Instead of taking medicines that address only the symptoms of chronic disease, cell implants and engineered tissues will be able to cure a broad range of health conditions. The potential returns, both in terms of clinical benefit and financial reward, are significant. Not only can cell therapies displace expensive medicines, they can also greatly reduce the costs of supporting patients on long-term medical regimes. This is not a theoretical proposition - cell and cell-derived therapies are already being used effectively for a variety of applications.


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By Dr Will West, Product Development Director at CellFactors Dr Will West is Product Development Director at CellFactors plc, where his main focus has been on developing and commercialising SkeletexTM, a human cell-derived matrix that induces bone formation.
His scientific background is in immunology, virology and cell culture, and he completed his PhD, sponsored by Unilever (UniPath), in 1992. Following this, Dr West held a post-doctoral position at the National Institute of Biological Standards and Control, working on HIV vaccines and MHC proteins. Dr West subsequently worked at Procter & Gamble, responsible for product and claims development in a number of health care therapeutic areas. He has an MBA from London Business School.

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