Competitive Strategies Critical As EMA Decides On Kymriah And Yescarta
With Novartis’s and Kite’s CAR T-cell therapies both expected to gain recommendations for pan-EU approval this week, discounts will need to be negotiated for these new treatments to reach the markets in Europe.
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Six orphan drugs – including the first two CAR-T cell therapies in the EU – may get the green light from the European Medicines Agency at its June meeting this week. Will the negative opinion handed down earlier this year on Puma Biotechnology’s Nerlynx be overturned, though?
Kite and Novartis are vying to be the first company to have a CAR-T therapy approved in the EU. Both companies are hoping to be able to treat patients with r/r DLBCL.