A year and a half ago, a Chinese company that many oncologists had never heard of wowed the cancer world with impressive early-stage data on its CAR-T cancer therapy in 35 Chinese patients with multiple myeloma. Johnson & Johnson quickly moved to license the therapy, and U.S. patients are starting to be dosed.

Next month, Legend Biotech is headed back into the spotlight. And this time it’s presenting data on 22 additional Chinese patients that raise more questions.

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