Tech Transfer Roundup: Sanofi Gets IP For Multiple Myeloma From Memorial Sloan Kettering
The intellectual property, also held by Eureka, may offer a new pathway for treating relapsed MM patients. Sorrento inks cancer partnerships with Karolinska Institutet and Mayo Clinic.
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Cancer deals involve City of Hope/Chimeric, CARISMA/NYU, Sorrento/Mayo Clinic, Rain/Drexel, Diaprost/Memorial Sloan Kettering, Alkido/University of Kentucky. Plus, research collaborations in brief.
The EMA has recommended Sanofi’s anti-CD38 antibody Sarclisa as a combination-based third-line treatment for multiple myeloma, after US approval earlier in March.