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Targeting CD70 with cusatuzumab eliminates acute myeloid leukaemia stem cells in humans

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Published: 19.12.19
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Prof Adrian Ochsenbein - University and University Hospital of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

Prof Adrian Ochsenbein speaks to ecancer at the 2019 ASH meeting in Orlando about a phase 1 study looking at the use of the anti-CD70 ADCC-optimised monoclonal antibody cusatuzumab in attacking acute myeloid leukaemia stem cells in humans.

He explains that the study was dose escalated with 12 patients and that a response rate of 100% was seen.

Prof Ochsenbein explains that the next steps are to await results from the expansion of an additional 26 patients which will hopefully hold more insights about potential biomarkers.

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