Inside Innovation - Nominee: Cary L. Queen (SD)

Category: Non European Countries - Humanised immunoglobulins and their production and use


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Cancer is the leading cause of death in the world, killing more people than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. Today, leading anti-cancer drugs originate from monoclonal antibodies, which were first created in mice in the late 1970s. Antibodies are used by the human immune system to identify invaders and fight viruses or disease. Researchers Cary L. Queen and Harold Edwin Selick were able to humanise antibodies to contain at least 90% human components, making them radically more effective in warding off cancer and other diseases. In addition, they developed a system for the large-scale production and clinical use of such humanised antibodies, ushering in a new age of targeted cancer treatments.
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07:01min.

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16:9 

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Release Date

6th May 2014 

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Social Media
for all social media areas 
Period
until 31st March 2015 
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free footage for worldwide use 
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TV, online 
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1st link: SD edited story without voice-over
2nd link: SD rough cut
3rd link: SD edited story with English voice-over
4th link: SD edited story with German voice-over
5th link: SD edited story with French voice-over
6th link: SD edited story with Italian voice-over
7th link: SD edited story with Spanish voice-over
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