CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 18, 2018 – Gamida Cell, a leading cellular and immune therapeutics company, today announced that preliminary data from an ongoing phase I study from the nicotinamide-based natural killer cell expansion, or NAM-NK, program will be presented during the Inaugural AACR International Meeting on Advances in Malignant Lymphoma, held June 22 – 26 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Veronika Bachanova, M.D., Ph.D., hematologist/oncologist at the Blood and Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy Program of the University of Minnesota, and lead investigator of the investigator-sponsored phase I NAM-NK clinical study at the Masonic Cancer Center, will present a poster of early patient outcomes from the study in patients with refractory non-Hodgkin lymphoma and multiple myeloma.
Title: Phase I study of nicotinamide-expanded related donor Natural Killer (NK) cells for the treatment of relapsed/refractory CD20+ non-Hodgkin lymphoma (Abstract: B05)
Session: Poster Session B: Therapeutics and Clinical Trials in Lymphoma 2
Location: Salon F, Boston Marriott Copley Place
Date: Sunday June 24, 2018 11:45 AM – 1:45 PM
Gamida Cell applied the capabilities of its NAM-based cell expansion technology to highly functional NK cells to develop NAM-NK, an innate immunotherapy for the treatment of hematologic and solid tumors in combination with SoC antibody therapies. NAM-NK addresses key limitations of NK cells by increasing the cytotoxicity and in vivo retention and proliferation in the bone marrow and lymphoid organs of NK cells expanded in culture. NAM-NK is in phase I development (NCT03019666) through an investigator-sponsored trial in patients with refractory non-Hodgkin lymphoma and multiple myeloma.
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Gamida Cell is a leader in cellular and immune therapeutics, dedicated to treating patients with cancer and rare genetic diseases. The company is building a diverse pipeline based on its proprietary NAM technology platform to deliver transformative medicines to patients in need of new treatment options. To learn more about Gamida Cell, including current clinical studies, please visit gamida-cell.com and on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.