Thoughts on Breyanzi’s FDA Approval in 2L LBCL

On Friday, June 24, BMS announced (press release) that the FDA approved Breyanzi (CD19 CAR-T) in 2L LBCL. Of note, Breyanzi’s approval in 2L LBCL is based on results from the Ph3 TRANSFORM study and Ph2 PILOT trial. Below, Celltelligence provides insights on how Breyanzi’s broad label in 2L LBCL compares with key competitor Yescarta (Gilead / Kite’s CD19 CAR-T), while discussing how BMS may position Breyanzi in the 2L setting.

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