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Adcetris Finds New Home in Seattle!

Adcetris, a ball-machine inspired by the creation of an antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) medicine that helps patients battle cancer, has found a new permanent home at Seattle Genetics on Bothell, Washington. This machine was used as an attention-grabbing means to attract doctors to the company’s booth to learn about the journey of the ADC through the bloodstream; its binding with a cell-surface receptor, and how it enters the cell to attack cancer. The machine has been displayed at various medical conferences and facilities over the past few years such as ASH (American Society of Hematology) 2013 and ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) before being permanently installed in the lobby of Seattle Genetics.

Check out the journey of Adcetris as it makes its way from our Tucson studio to Seattle Genetics!


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