Research for the most suitable cancer medicine has been carried out since time in memorial, and Dr. Clay Siegall has been fully involved in the various scientific research processes that have been carried out by scientists, in the course coming up with a solution to the destructive ailment that has claimed more lives than any other disease. While undertaking different research processes, Dr. Clay realized that there was a great need to ensure that cancer patients are able to access medication that helps to lower the side effect of the ailment.
His previous life experience combined with the desire of ensuring that a final solution is developed to cure the complication, Dr. Clay Siegall helped to co-found Seattle Genetics. The research center was founded back in 1998, and it was originally established as a biotech company that would, in the end, help to spearhead research into different methods of curing cancer. Initially, the biotech company was a small medical facility startup, and most of the work was carried out using limited resources. Additionally, researchers at the organization were not as many compared to the current situation.
Through continuous effort and never giving up, Clay Siegall managed to prove to the world that his firm can successfully undertake in-depth research in cancer treatment and even come up with the most suitable medication. Seattle Genetics has managed to manufacture over 20 different types of drugs that have been distributed in the market to help in the treatment of cancer. Seattle Genetics, under the management of Clay Siegall, has managed to push through the challenges of the business world, and at the moment it is recognized as one of the largest biotechnology companies that helps to advance research on cancer treatment.
Clay Siegall studied medicine at the University of Maryland, and it is in the course of his studies that he realized the great passion that he had towards cancer research and treatment. He also realized that the current advancement in technology would help him achieve his dream of availing a suitable medication for treating various genetic related conditions.
Since his father had cancer, he loathed the manner in which chemotherapy was being administered at that time, Clay Siegall became motivated more than ever to ensure that the new methods are invented to help cancer patients access medication in a more humane manner.