Targeting a better life for people with cancer is why we get up in the morning. It’s not enough to disrupt the progress of someone’s cancer; we want to keep cancer from disrupting someone’s life.
After overcoming advanced-stage ovarian cancer, Donna embarked on a journey to raise awareness about the disease with the help of her teal Harley.
After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive blood cancer called BPDCN, Nick learned that nothing’s promised in this life.
Antibody-drug conjugates, or ADCs, are a targeted way to treat cancer.
For 40 years, ImmunoGen has been researching and developing ADCs designed to disrupt the progression of cancer. Because we believe life deserves fewer interruptions and more good days.
Baruj Benacerraf, head of the Sidney Farber Cancer Institute (now the Dana Farber Cancer Institute), was approached by a small group of investors with a vision: to create more effective, better tolerated anti-cancer therapies. Specifically, they wanted to find a way to leverage the targeting ability of antibodies to deliver toxic drug directly to cancer cells. Benacerraf went on to suggest that the investors start with a grant from which the Institute would work with dedicated scientists.
The rest, they say, is our history…