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Gene therapy company launched

Fidelity Biosciences, a venture capital firm that is a subsidiary of Fidelity Investments, and REGENX Biosciences, announced the formation of Dimension Therapeutics, a Cambridge gene therapy company focused on developing treatments for rare diseases such as hemophilia.

Dimension has completed an undisclosed Series A financing that was led by Fidelity Biosciences.

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Dimension also has entered into a collaboration with REGENX, gaining preferred access to NAV vector technology and rights in REGENX product programs.

“Gene therapy is a fundamental method of disease intervention, changing a patient’s genetic code to treat genetic disease, and in some cases providing a potential lifelong benefit following a single treatment,” said Dr. Thomas R. Beck, executive partner at Fidelity Biosciences and the interim chief executive of Dimension Therapeutics.

Chris Reidy

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