First data to be presented as a late-breaker abstract from global pivotal APPLY-PNH trial of investigational oral monotherapy iptacopan in paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinaria (PNH), a rare and serious complement-mediated blood disorder
New data evaluating the superiority of first-line (1L) Kisqali® plus endocrine therapy vs. combination chemotherapy in pre-menopausal patients with HR+/HER2- metastatic breast cancer with aggressive disease, including patients with visceral disease
New analysis from Scemblix® ASCEMBL trial on factors of response in pre-treated patients with Ph+ CML-CP and trial-in-progress update from ASC4FIRST, investigating Scemblix in newly diagnosed patients
New follow-up data from the ongoing Phase I trial with our next generation CAR-T cell therapy rapcabtagene autoleucel (YTB323) in r/r DLBCL using the Novartis-developed T-ChargeTM platform
Basel, November 22, 2022 — Novartis will present data on the latest advancements in breast cancer and hematology at the 2022 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS), December 6-10, and the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, December 10-13. More than 130 abstracts, from both Novartis-sponsored trials and investigator-initiated trials using Novartis compounds, were accepted at the meetings, reinforcing Novartis leadership and innovation in priority oncology therapeutic areas.
“Novartis continues to pioneer critical medicines that redefine treatment goals in cancer and non-malignant hematology,” said Jeff Legos, Executive Vice President, Global Head of Oncology & Hematology Development, Novartis. “At SABCS and ASH this year, we’ll share new clinically-relevant and patient-focused data for Kisqali in aggressive metastatic breast cancer, and for Scemblix and YTB323 in life-threatening blood cancers, and potentially practice-changing data for iptacopan in PNH, underscoring the strength of our promising pipeline.”
Key highlights of data accepted by SABCS:
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