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Bluebird's BCMA CAR-T Sings At ASCO, But How Will It Fly In Early Multiple Myeloma?

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Bluebird and Celgene are focused on moving bb2121 into earlier lines of multiple myeloma therapy. Positive early data was was the opening headliner at ASCO, showing PFS improvements of about a year in heavily pre-treated patients – meeting expectations, though not overwhelming.

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