#ASH17: The big loser in CAR-T, Juno is making a bid to seize the fast lane to frontrunner status
Juno Therapeutics $JUNO may be playing catchup in CAR-T. But if the latest cut of its 3-month DLBCL data at the top dose holds up, the biotech won’t be playing for second — or third — place.
In their abstract out for ASH this morning, Juno execs spelled out a key piece of data for the high dose arm of the early study on JCAR017. Zeroing in on that one snapshot, researchers say they tracked an 80% overall response rate and a 73% complete response rate at 3 months for the high dose among a “pivotal core” group of 15 patients.
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