What's New And What's Next In CAR-T After ASH
Incremental updates at the recent ASH meeting shed light on which products may follow Novartis' Kymriah and Gilead/Kite's Yescarta into the commercial market. Will it be Celgene and Bluebird or Celgene and Juno? Where do Pfizer, Servier and Cellectis stand with their off-the-shelf options?
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Celgene, which continues to plough back a very high proportion of its revenues into R&D, remains the preferred partner of choice for biotechs who hope to bring the next wave of innovative products to the market, Kevin Loth, VP of corporate affairs and policy in Europe tells Scrip.
Celgene's partnership strategy paid off at ASH with positive results for two CAR-T therapies in development with bluebird bio and Juno. The company is pursuing first- and best-in-class opportunities with the goal of becoming a leader in the CAR-T field.