A pivotal phase 2 clinical trial designed to help Celgene (CELG) and Bluebird Bio (BLUE) secure approval for the first CAR-T therapy targeting multiple myeloma will begin enrolling patients next week.

A listing for the clinical trial of the CAR-T therapy known as BB2121 was posted to the government’s ClinicalTrials.gov website on Tuesday, with a planned start date of Dec. 11. Celgene licensed BB2121 from Bluebird and is the sponsor of the study, which the company is calling KarMMA.

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