We are dedicated to discovering, developing and delivering cures for intractable diseases
We are passionate about helping patients lead more hopeful, healthier and happier lives
ASC Therapeutics is "here to cure".
ASC Therapeutics is a fully incorporated biopharmaceutical company focusing on the development of curative therapeutic products that are enabled by our proprietary gene editing platform, TARGATT™ and other gene editing technologies developed after 12 years of R&D at Applied Stem Cells, Inc.
The company’s therapeutic development pipeline includes several preclinical stage programs in gene and cell therapy progressing into clinical stage in 2021 focusing on several blood disorders.
We are devoted to find solutions for unmet medical needs and passionate about applying our new technologies to change people’s lives for the better. We hope to help patients lead healthier, more hopeful, and happier lives.
To provide cures to patients with intractable diseases through innovative technologies and therapeutics that are both groundbreaking and safe
ASC Therapeutics strives to discover, develop, and deliver gene and cell treatments to cure intractable and emerging diseases.
Our diverse team has decades of experience in cutting edge stem-cell and gene therapy research. Together we strive to be innovators to provide platforms to revolutionize the way diseases are treated.
Our current pipeline is focused on blood diseases. We are devoted to discovering, developing and delivering cures for intractable diseases using gene and cell therapies.
Not only do we have excellent teams for our in-house discovery and pre-clinical programs, we also collaborate with world renowned research institutes to enhance the power of discovery. Utilizing our cumulative experience in stem cells and gene modification technology, we are beginning to tap into neurological and immunologic diseases, as well as cancer treatments.
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