Yescarta Revenue Decreases while Tecartus Sales Hold; ZUMA-24 Readout Delayed to H2 2024; Anito-cel’s Trial in Early Line MM to Initiate in H2 2024; Gilead’s Q4 2023 Earnings Call Summary

On Tuesday, February 6, Gilead held its Q4 2023 earnings call (press release / presentation) highlighting that the Yescarta (CD19 CAR-T) sales decreased Q0Q while Tecartus (CD19 CAR-T) revenue showed a slight increase. Additionally, the company delayed the readout from Yescarta’s Ph2 ZUMA-24 to H2 2024, with results from anito-cel’s (formerly CART-ddBCMA; BCMA CAR-T) Ph2 iMMagine-1 trial also anticipated in the second part of the year. Finally, Gilead disclosed that the enrollment of the first patient in anito-cel’s Ph3 trial in early-line MM is expected in H2 2024.

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