Thoughts on Allogene’s AlloCAR Program; Q2 2020 Earnings Call Summary

On Wednesday, August 5, Allogene held their Q2 2020 conference call (press release / company presentation). The company highlighted presented ASCO data from the ALLO-501 (CD19 allogeneic CAR-T) Ph1 ALPHA study in ≥3L NHL (DLBCL or FL) (Sattva Neelapu et al, May 2020). Management confirmed that the pivotal Ph1/2 ALPHA-2 study of ALLO-501A is underway, with no reported DLTs in the dose level 1 (DL1) cohort. Below, Celltelligence provides key takeaways about Allogene’s CAR-T clinical program, and thoughts on potential hurdles the company may face re-treating patients that have already received Gilead and Novartis’s CAR-Ts in earlier lines of therapy.

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