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InVivo Therapeutics Corp., a life sciences company developing technologies for the treatment of spinal cord injuries, has signed a lease to open its first manufacturing and development facility in Medford. The company will use the facility to ramp up production of its lead therapeutic candidate – a polymer scaffolding device to treat open wound spinal cord injuries.

“This new development laboratory and manufacturing facility represents a critical component of our strategy and brings us one step closer to launching our first human clinical trial. We will put the space to use immediately while working toward securing a larger, commercial-scale cGMP facility here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,” Frank Reynolds, CEO of InVivo Therapeutics, said in a statement.

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