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To heck with verbs, Seattle Genetics is conjugating antibodies and drugs to fight cancer. The company's technologies use genetically engineered monoclonal antibodies (MAbs, or single source proteins) to trigger cell death in some cancers, but when they can't do it alone, Seattle Genetics pairs them up with drugs using its Antibody-Drug Conjugate (ADC) technology for a one-two punch. Its first product, Adcetris, gained FDA approval in 2011 for treatment of lymphoma in specific patient categories. With partner Millennium Pharmaceuticals, the company is working to expand...
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Employees say it's “OK” 14 ratings
54% of the CEO 10 ratings
Clay B. Siegall
President and CEO
Former Employee in Bothell, WA (US)
Pros: All company meetings every Friday are a nice way to learn what's happening in different areas and it's nice to see the president on a weekly basis. It helps keep the small biotech feeling that most people in this industry can appreciate. Pay was… – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details I had had interviews with other major biotech companies which lasted over 4 hours each, so the ~1 hour interview that I had at Seattle Genetics was wonderfully refreshing. I was offered the position on the spot and just had to wait a couple of weeks for checks and references to make it final. The… – Full Interview
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