Bristol Myers Squibb announced the presentation of data across its portfolio, aimed at addressing solid tumor and hematologic malignancies in 28 types of cancer, at the upcoming American Society of Clinical Oncology 2020 (ASCO20) Virtual Scientific Program, which will take place from May 29 to May 31, 2020.
Presentations will feature clinical and non-clinical studies highlighting the potential role of immunotherapy, including combination approaches, to deliver durable treatment outcomes in multiple hard-to-treat solid tumors. In hematology, presentations will demonstrate the company’s innovative research in multiple myeloma, through both BCMA-targeted CAR T and proof-of-concept CELMoD data, suggesting targeted protein degradation as a potential new treatment approach. In addition, precision treatment approaches will explore how new biomarker insights may aid in the selection of optimal therapies for patients based on disease biology.
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