Gracell gives sneak peek into leukemia CAR-T cell program ahead of EHA
Gracell Biotechnologies said Thursday afternoon that its CAR-T treatment for patients with B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or B-ALL, helped clear signs of cancer in seven of nine patients at a median follow-up of over one year.
In a Phase I trial in China of Gracell’s CAR-T treatment, dubbed GC007g, with patients with relapsed B-ALL, all patients went into remission one month after treatment. At a median follow-up of 445 days (with a wide range of follow-up from 218 to 649 days), seven of nine patients remained in remission, while two had a CD19-negative relapse.
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