Roche Highlights its Bispecific Antibody Portfolio Across a Range of Blood Cancers at ASH 2020

 Roche Highlights its Bispecific Antibody Portfolio Across a Range of Blood Cancers at ASH 2020

Roche Highlights its Bispecific Antibody Portfolio Across a Range of Blood Cancers at ASH 2020

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  • The company presented the new data of its T-cell engaging bispecific Abs, mosunetuzumab, glofitamab and cevostamab at ASH 2020, demonstrating encouraging activity across multiple types of blood cancer
  • Roche divulges that its mosunetuzumab & glofitamab showed promising responses across multiple types of NHL, including R/R FL & DLBCL, reinforcing from the P-I/Ib GO29781 study results in R/R FL, that showed 51.6% of patients achieved a CR when treated with mosunetuzumab
  • Beyond r/r setting, mosunetuzumab & glofitamab are also being evaluated in 1L DLBCL. Additionally, Roche has presented the data of cevostamab that showed a 53% ORR rate in heavily pre-treated patients with MM

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