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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 Jul 19
Did you test your science knowledge yesterday? A: HEMOGLOBIN!
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bluebird bio Jul 18
Q: What is the name of the protein contained in red blood cells that is responsible for delivery of oxygen to the tissues?
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bluebird bio Jul 18
helps birds make new feathered friends within the nest! Only rule: you must work in different departments! Once birds sign up, they are matched with a fellow bird and must schedule time to meet over a coffee (or preferred beverage) and get to know each other.
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ALD.info Jul 13
Some US newborn screening facts: 10 states screen for Each year ~1,350,000 newborns 34% of all US newborns Birth incidence = 1:15,000 (M+F) Each year 45 ALD boys are identified Early diagnosis can lead to life-saving interventions
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bluebird bio Jul 12
From how you commute, to unplugging at home, to making 1:1 time special – our birds submitted over 150 hacks! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing the . with some of your favorites!
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bluebird bio Jul 11
We recently reached a new milestone here in the nest – we’ve added our 600th bird! Think you've got what it takes to be part of our flock?
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bluebird bio Jul 4
Red, white and bluebird! Happy 4th of July from your friends in the nest!
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bluebird bio Jun 28
Today our flock tackled the challenges & rewards of work/life balance and we’ve asked our birds to submit their best work/life balance hacks. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to stay balanced, stay tuned: over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing the !
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bluebird bio Jun 25
Our North Carolina manufacturing site is coming along, and our flock is expanding! Visit to see all the opportunities we have at Research Triangle and come !
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bluebird bio Jun 22
birds from our Cambridge nest enjoying a lunch with members of the EU nest in Zug. Want to join a team of amazing birds across the globe? Visit for current openings and opportunities
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bluebird bio Jun 21
Chief bluebird Nick Leschly recently accepted the Humanitarian of the Year award on behalf of the nest at the annual Celebration of Hope gala. So honored to be part of the event - we’ll continue to do all that we can to bring hope to patients in need!
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bluebird bio Jun 19
Today is World Sickle Cell Day – bluebird is honored to join in this global celebration among patients, caregivers and advocates to raises awareness for Sickle Cell Disease!
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bluebird bio Jun 16
announces early data from Phase 1 HGB-206 in patients w/ disease:
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bluebird bio Jun 16
announces new data from Northstar and Northstar-2 studies in patients w/ at :
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bluebird bio Jun 16
As part of session starting today @ 5:30 p.m. CEST: our poster presentation on how high baseline ferritin is associated with grade 2 CRS requiring tocilizumab or Grade ≥ CRS in relapsed/refractory patients treated with anti-BCMA CAR T Cells
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bluebird bio Jun 15
As part of session starting today @ 5:30 p.m. CEST: our poster presentation on early MRD negativity predicts myeloma response in relapsed/refractory patients treated with anti-BCMA CAR T Cells
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bluebird bio Jun 15
New data from our LentiGlobin gene therapy programs in transfusion dependent thalassemia and sickle cell disease . Thank you to our study participants and their families, as well as our study sites and investigators.
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bluebird bio Jun 15
As part of session starting today @ 12:30 p.m. CEST: our oral presentation on anti-BCMA CAR T cell therapy in patients with relapsed/refractory , the updated results from our multicenter phase I study
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bluebird bio Jun 12
We look forward to sharing clinical updates on our investigational therapy for patients with disease at
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bluebird bio Jun 11
Attending the 23rd Congress of the European Hematology Association in Stockholm, Sweden ? Come hear from experts on Clinical Decision Making in Transfusion-dependent β-Thalassemia, a satellite dinner symposium on June 14th at 19:00 in Hall A6.
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