The Sherman Act, passed in 1890, was initially enacted to break up the huge "trusts" of that era, writes Donald Mooney, but it has been used more frequently as a weapon in the government's war to slow mounting health care costs. In this era of mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, groups need to be readily aware of the laws regarding antitrust.
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Congrats to David and team on their recent publication in Nature Communications! Here, they utilized antigen presenting cell-mimetic scaffolds to tune CAR T-cell product functionality by controlling the precise level of stimulation during T-cell activation to accommodate individual differences in the donor cells. Check out the publication here: Enhancing CAR-T cell functionality in a patient-specific manner