Dendreon Pharmaceuticals LLC said its Seal beach operations are still humming amid the coronavirus outbreak to produce cell therapies for cancer patients.
The Japan-owned company told the Business Journal about a hundred employees are maintaining supply levels.
Dendreon is communicating with patients to provide transportation, ensure immune-compromised recipients are properly isolated when getting products or treatment, and that medication is delivered amid supply chain disruptions.
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