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BCA Represents Independent Blood Centers at Phacilitate Cell & Gene Therapy Forum
Date:1/21/2013

West Warwick, RI (PRWEB) January 21, 2013

Blood Centers of America, Inc. (BCA) announced today it will play a leadership role in representing North American independent blood centers at this year's Phacilitate Cell & Gene Therapy Forum to be held January 28-30, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

BCA will be hosting one-on-one meetings with senior executives of leading cell therapy and cell-based immunotherapy companies, participating in sessions and high-profile networking events, and showcasing BCA member capabilities in the event's 3-day tradeshow.

"Participating in what is often described as one of the leading cell therapy industry conferences of the year is a great way to launch our 2013 initiative to raise the profile of BCA in the cell therapy industry and engage in one-on-one discussions about what BCA has to offer companies in the cell therapy sector," stated BCA's newly appointed CEO, Bill Block.

"BCA is a network of centers geographically dispersed throughout North America with considerable experience in collecting, processing and distributing regulatory-compliant, clinical-grade biologial materials", continued Block. "We are keen to engage cell therapy leadership in a discussion about how we can leverage BCA member infastructure and capabilities in the development and processing of cell therapy products and their safe and cost-effective delivery to patients."

About BCA

BCA is a member-owned organization comprised of 37 independent blood centers geographically dispersed throughout the North America, providing more than 46% of the U.S. blood supply. Along with their core business of providing a substantial portion of U.S. blood supply, BCA members provide a myriad of other services in cell therapies, blood manage
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