Dec 14

Artiva Named a PM360 2023 Innovative Startup

Artiva was recognized in the 2023 PM360 Innovations Issue for advancing the first allogeneic NK cell therapy to clinical trials for lupus nephritis. 

Artiva’s mission is to develop effective, safe and accessible cell therapies for patients with devastating autoimmune diseases and cancers. Our large-scale manufacturing process is capable of producing thousands of doses of cryopreserved, infusion-ready AlloNK cells from a single umbilical cord blood unit.

Read more about this recognition here.

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