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bluebird bio is developing innovative gene therapies for severe genetic diseases and cancer. Our vision is to make the hope of gene therapy a reality.
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bluebird bio May 23
Excited to announce that our investigational gene therapy for cerebral was granted Breakthrough Therapy designation by the . One step closer!
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bluebird bio May 20
We’re proud to support Thalassemia Support Foundation and the work that they do in support of the community. Learn more at
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bluebird bio May 20
is holding some great events to raise money for research grants in the fight to cure . To learn how you can lend your support, visit them here:
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bluebird bio May 18
We’re proud to support the Italian Foundation "Leonardo Giambrone”, an organization run by Italian thalasssemia parents and patients, and the work that they do in support of the community
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bluebird bio May 17
We’re proud to support and the work that they do in support of the community in India. Launched a newsletter of Thalassemia Patients Advocacy Group at their programme on 8th May.
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bluebird bio May 16
We’re proud to support and the work that they do in support of the Sardinian community!
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bluebird bio May 10
bluebirds in the Spotlight: Clark Paramore & Jennifer Helfer talk w/ about their work bringing the patient voice into planning for patient outcomes research. Learn how their research is impacting people living with severe :
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bluebird bio May 10
In honor of International Thalassaemia Day, members of our flock participated in Annual Care Walk to help raise awareness for .
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bluebird bio May 9
Our flock is proud to support International Thalassaemia Day and are honored to be recognized at the upcoming Gala. Please join the flock in supporting :
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bluebird bio May 9
This year’s theme focused on past, present & future to highlight continued patient progress around the world. Help us birds continue raising awareness for and everyday
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bluebird bio May 7
Known for its efforts in helping orphans receive medical care, the Beijing Angel Mom Charity Foundation is improving access to care for people living with across China.
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bluebird bio May 7
. is doing amazing work for the community by helping to enhance the quality of life of patients and educating medical professionals. To learn how you can support visit,
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bluebird bio May 6
The impact of can be traced all over the world. DEGETHA has provided patients and families in Germany w/a support network since 2014.
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bluebird bio May 6
DYK: The most severe form of is transfusion-dependent β-thalassemia (TDT) which occurs in people who make little or no hemoglobin and receive 8 or more transfusions per year. Learn more:
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bluebird bio May 4
Every year, we look forward to participating in the Care Walk to raise donations and awareness for . Look for the walk on May 5! For Care Walk locations:
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bluebird bio May 4
UNITED, a patient group in Italy, hosts a general assembly to bring together the local patient community and drive continued support for this devastating disease.
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bluebird bio May 4
Congratulations to () on their 35th Anniversary today. Since 1983, NORD has been leading the fight to improve the lives of patients with , and we commend them on their years of service.
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bluebird bio May 1
Transfusion-dependent β-thalassemia is an inherited blood disease that requires lifelong, frequent blood transfusions.
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bluebird bio Apr 30
It’s almost International Thalassaemia Day! Thanks to for organizing this day and to the countless other patient groups working tirelessly for the community this day & every day. Tweet us how you plan to support on May 8!
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bluebird bio Apr 18
"We owe gratitude to the patients who participated in these two studies, whose courage is helping to make our goal to transform the standard of care for TDT possible.” Dave Davidson, bluebird’s Chief Medical Officer.
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