Gilead/Kite’s Tecartus Moves Into Leukemia With Second US Indication
New indication for second-line-plus acute lymphoblastic leukemia means Tecartus will compete with Novartis’s Kymriah, although the Gilead/Kite product is approved for older patient base.
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