Thoughts on Gilead’s Collaboration with Arcellx

On Friday, December 9, Gilead (Kite) and Arcellx announced (press release) a global strategic collaboration to co-develop and co-commercialize Arcellx’s CART-ddBCMA (autologous BCMA CAR-T) for the treatment of r/r MM. Additionally, Arcellx released (press release / presentation) clinical updates from CART-ddBCMA’s Ph1 trial in patients with r/r MM, ahead of its presentation at ASH 2022 (December 11; Abs#3313). Below, Celltelligence provides insights on Gilead’s strategic decision to enter the BCMA CAR-T space, while discussing potential FDA approval timelines for CART-ddBCMA and how it could compare with already approved BCMA CAR-Ts.

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