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The ARM Foundation for Cell
and Gene Medicine


The ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is dedicated to providing the education, information, and research needed to accelerate patient awareness of and access to transformative therapies.


The ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is dedicated to providing the education, information, and research needed to accelerate patient awareness of and access to transformative therapies.

 

ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is dedicated to providing education, information, and research to accelerate patient awareness of and access to these transformative therapies.

The ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is a separate, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2018 by the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), the leading international advocacy organization dedicated to realizing the promise of regenerative medicines and advanced therapies. ARM promotes legislative, regulatory, reimbursement, and manufacturing initiatives. As the global voice of the sector, ARM represents 390+ companies, patient groups, and research institutions.

The ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is a charitable organization whose educational and research projects increase public awareness of the clinical and social benefit of cell and gene therapies. ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine is funded by donations from industry, foundations, individuals, and philanthropic organizations.

While ARM works with policymakers, regulators, and payers in the U.S. and Europe, the ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine convenes patients, caregivers, healthcare providers, and other nonprofit organizations to raise awareness about the progress, challenges and results of cell and gene therapies. Through education, the ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine accelerates patient access to safe, effective, transformative, and potentially curative therapies. The ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine neither develops nor takes public policy positions.

“With a wave of cell and gene therapies poised for FDA approval, it is more important now than ever that patients and caregivers understand the potential impact and benefits of this innovative field.”

Jennifer Briggs Braswell, PhD,
Executive Director, ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine

 

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Contact:

To learn more about ARM Foundation for Cell and Gene Medicine, including opportunities to participate and support its programs, please contact info@thearmfoundation.org.