Accelerated US approval of a first-in-class bispecific antibody (BsAb) therapy offers a new option for a difficult-to-treat blood cancer.
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A new approach leveraging high-yield CRISPR could make it easier to re-engineer massive quantities of cells for therapeutic applications.
In this Q&A, Bryan Kobel, Chief Executive Officer of TC Biopharm, discusses innovations in cell therapies, introducing the company’s work in gamma delta (γδ) T-cell technologies and his predictions for the future of cell therapy development.
With increasing numbers of cell and gene therapies (CGTs) entering clinical trials, Dr Dave Li and Dr Anna Baran of KCR Consulting discuss how the biological characteristics of CGTs should be taken into account with early phase trial designs.
Combining Sarclisa® (isatuximab) with carfilzomib and dexamethasone (Kd) resulted in more than three years of progression free survival for relapsed multiple myeloma patients.
The March meeting saw the EMA’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) recommend five medications for approval including a multiple myeloma gene therapy.
The investment will advance the development of a subcutaneous Sarclisa (isatuximab) formulation for multiple myeloma (MM) treatment.
US FDA approval based on 98 percent response rate in multiple myeloma patients treated once with Carvykti (ciltacabtagene autoleucel, cilta-cel).
Here we run down four new research collaborations in the cell and gene therapy sector, announced by Bayer, BMS, Pfizer and Moderna.
In the Phase Ib/II trial, cilta-cel achieved minimal residual disease negativity in 92 percent of patients and improved survival.
Long before the advent of Coronavirus, next-generation therapies were making headlines, but the successful development of COVID-19 vaccines, including mRNA vaccines, has now shone a spotlight on next-generation therapies. This offers a boost to the long-term growth projections for the advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) sector. But although ATMPs hold…
Sanofi invests $180 million equity in Owkin’s artificial intelligence (AI) and federated learning to advance oncology pipeline.
Why are precision medicines important? What challenges face their development and manufacture? Where could they be in 10 years? Discover all this and more in this podcast with Janssen!
Mount Sinai researchers reveal that, in a Phase I trial, their personalised cancer vaccines targeting cancer neoantigens showed some early signs of potential benefit.