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Lung-I Cheng, vice president of cell and gene therapy (CGT), Cencora (formerly AmerisourceBergen), discusses CGT commercialization strategies, common knowledge gaps, and what he wishes companies knew about commercialization strategies.
Commercialization is a tough road to navigate even for the most established bio/pharmaceutical therapies. But as cell and gene therapies (CGTs) continue to form roots and make a splash worldwide—but specifically in the US—commercialization forms its own version of standardization and best practices.
In this exclusive interview with Pharmaceutical Executive, Lung-I Cheng, vice president of CGT,Cencora(formerly AmerisourceBergen), discusses:
Lung-I Cheng, PhD, is a vice president and head of Cencora’s CGT service line. He is responsible for advancing Cencora’s CGT strategy with a focus on expanding the company’s portfolio of services to better support CGT innovators throughout the product development and commercialization journey. Prior to joining Cencora(formerly AmerisourceBergen) in May 2022, he spent a decade in biopharma—most recently serving as the head of global value and access for cell therapies, pipeline, and business development at Takeda.
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