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bluebird bio is pursuing curative gene therapies to give patients and their families more bluebird days.

With a dedicated focus on severe genetic diseases, bluebird has industry-leading clinical programs for sickle cell disease, β-thalassemia and cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy and is advancing research to apply new technologies to these and other diseases. We custom design each of our therapies to address the underlying cause of disease and have developed in-depth and effective analytical methods to understand the safety of our lentiviral vector technologies and drive the field of gene therapy forward.

Founded in 2010, bluebird has the largest and deepest ex-vivo gene therapy data set in the world—setting the standard for the industry. Today, bluebird continues to forge new paths, combining our real-world experience with a deep commitment to patient communities and a people-centric culture that attracts and grows a diverse flock of dedicated birds.

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- BLAs for beti-cel for β-thalassemia and eli-cel for cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy, to be discussed at an FDA Advisory Committee Meeting on June 9-10, 2022 - - Company restructuring initiated in April to reduce operating costs by   35 to 40 percent by year-end 2022 - - Ended quarter with $312M in

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Expected to deliver up to $160 million in cost savings over the next two years and extend the Company’s cash runway through pivotal upcoming milestones in the first half of 2023 Management team to host conference call today, April 5, 2022 at 8:00 am ET CAMBRIDGE, Mass. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr.

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-   The Company’s first two gene therapies, beti-cel for β-thalassemia and eli-cel for cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy, under review by the FDA - - lovo-cel BLA submission for sickle cell disease remains on track for Q1 2023 - - Ended year with $442M in restricted cash, cash and cash equivalents and

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