diffuse large B-cell lymphoma

Celltrion Presents Real-World Data of Truxima (biosimilar, rituximab) for Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma at EHA 2021

Shots: The new data from the post-approval study evaluates the effectiveness & safety of Truxima (CT-P10) in patients with DLBCL in a real-world setting across Europe Results: @30mos. post-index, 67% had not experienced disease progression with OS (74%), three-quarters patients achieved complete or partial response @30mos., well tolerated with AEs while response rates, survival rates …

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Incyte and MorphoSys Report First Patient Dosing in P-III frontMIND Study of Tafasitamab + Lenalidomide as a 1L Treatment for DLBCL

Shots: The first patient has been dosed in the P-III frontMIND study evaluating tafasitamab + lenalidomide + R-CHOP vs R-CHOP alone as a 1L treatment for high-intermediate and high-risk ~880 patients with DLBCL The 1EP of the study is PFS and 2EP include event-free survival, OS, metabolic CRR, and ORR The preliminary data from the …

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Pfizer/ OPKO Health’s Somatrogon; FDA EU for SCONE device; Antengene ATG-010 for rrMM and rrDLBCL; SanBio STEMTRA Phase 2 Interim Results

Pfizer and OPKO Health: A step closer to FDA Nod for pediatric growth hormone deficiency (GHD) drug, Somatrogon Pfizer and Opko had joined hands in 2014 to develop somatrogon, a pediatric growth hormone deficiency (GHD) drug. It comprises the natural sequence of growth hormone and a copy of the C-terminal peptide (CTP) from the beta …

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FDA approves MorphoSys, Incyte’s drug for vulnerable lymphoma population

The FDA approved Monjuvi for second-line diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Though the drug has the same antigen target as approved CAR-T cell therapies, it is designed for patients unable to tolerate such intensive treatments.