A new CAR-T is credited with a 'surprising' impact in tiny study of advanced liver cancer — raising hopes on solid tumors
A tiny study has provided the first glimmer of hope that Eureka Therapeutics’ CAR-T therapy may work in solid tumors.
In a proof-of-concept study involving six patients with hepatocellular carcinoma — the most prevalent form of liver cancer — researchers reported that one patient had a complete response, which was maintained at the seven-month checkup. Two others saw their tumors shrink.
These, the biotech emphasizes, are patients who have failed multiple prior treatments.
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