Abecma and Breyanzi Sales Accelerate; Initiation of CAR-T Program in Immunology; Vector Manufacturing Facility Acquisition; Leadership Transition Plan; BMS’s Q1 2023 Earnings Call Summary

On Thursday, April 27, BMS held its Q1 2023 earnings call (press release / presentation) highlighting significant revenue increase from both Abecma (BCMA CAR-T) and Breyanzi (CD19 CAR-T). Importantly, BMS disclosed its intention to initiate a Ph1 trial evaluating CD19 NEX-T CAR-T in severe refractory systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Additionally, on Wednesday, April 26, BMS announced that Giovanni Caforio, CEO and Chairman of the Board will retire on November 1, 2023 (press release). Finally, on the same day, BMS reported the acquisition of Novartis’s in-house viral vector production facility at Libertyville, Illinois, US (press release). Below, Celltelligence provides insights on how Abecma and Breyanzi sales compare to key competitors while discussing the main clinical milestones achieved by BMS’s marketed assets and its intention to enter the autoimmune field.

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