ASCO Annual Meeting Coverage
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Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Bruce Chabner, Bayer Pharma’s global head of research and Roivant Sciences founder, among others, share their views on the challenges and path ahead for KRAS inhibitors and other oncology modalities including CAR-T therapy.
Shaw cites manufacturing speed and success as competitive edges. The Gilead subsidiary unveiled data at ASCO positioning Tecartus, its second CAR-T therapy, to add B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia to label.
With at least two potential candidates being touted as potential best-in-class by their sponsors, the oral SERD market is shaping up to be highly competitive. Sanofi has taken an early lead in expanding the scope of its Phase III breast cancer program.
An education session looked at ways researchers are hoping to make cell therapies more applicable in solid tumors.
While the data are early, they have also generated positive views toward the company’s pipeline ahead of an anticipated CAR-NK data announcement at its investor meeting.
New Phase III pancreatic cancer results for GV1001, an immunotherapeutic peptide, were presented at ASCO, which GemVax hopes will revive the drug after its conditional approval in South Korea was canceled last year.
The Chinese biotech is set to extend the reach of its PD-1 candidate to the global market with a second major clinical win and following an earlier major deal with Novartis.
Remaining questions after ASCO include whether Lumakras (sotorasib) might work in first-line NSCLC with certain co-mutations and if ocular toxicities will hamper bemarituzumab in gastric cancer.
Roche presented data at ASCO on its two CD20-targeting bispecific antibodies, showing high response rates in heavily pretreated non-Hodgkin lymphoma patients.
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