An ARI-0003 Trial to Be Initiated by Hospital Clinic; Mustang’s MB-109 Receives IND Clearance from the FDA

On Tuesday, October 24, a new early Ph1 CARTD-BG-1 trial evaluating ARI-0003 (BCMA x CD19 CAR-T), an academic CAR-T developed by the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Spain, in r/r B-cell aggressive lymphoma was posted on CT.gov. Moreover, on Thursday, October 26, Mustang Bio announced FDA acceptance of the IND application to evaluate MB-109 [MB‐101 (IL13Rα2 CAR-T) + MB-108 (HSV1 oncolytic virus)] in recurrent glioblastoma (GBM) and high-grade astrocytoma (press release). Below, Celltelligence provides insights on both cell therapies, discussing their potential advantages.

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