Abecma’s Sales Increase While Breyanzi’s Revenue is Affected by Manufacturing Issues; No Clinical Milestone Updates for Breyanzi or Abecma; Oxford Biomedica’s Expanded LSA Agreement; BMS’s Q2 2022 Earnings Call Summary

On Wednesday, July 27, BMS held their Q2 2022 earnings call (press release / presentation) highlighting Breyanzi’s (CD19 CAR-T) sales decrease and US approval in 2L LBCL. Moreover, management reported a revenue increase for Abecma (BCMA CAR-T). Of note, no updated clinical milestones for Breyanzi and Abecma were observed. Below, Celltelligence provides insights on how Breyanzi and Abecma revenue compares with key competitors Kymriah (CD19 CAR-T; Novartis), Yescarta (CD19 CAR-T; Gilead / Kite), and Carvykti (BCMA CAR-T; JnJ / Legend). Additionally, Celltelligence discusses BMS’s LSA expansion agreement with Oxford Biomedica.

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