NEW ORLEANS — Researchers had hoped in recent years that a protein called GPRC5D might offer a new way to get the immune system to hunt down and destroy multiple myeloma cells. Now, the results of a Phase 2 study on a bispecific antibody targeting this protein offers confirmation.
The data, presented Saturday at the annual American Society of Hematology conferences, wowed a crowd of attendees, including clinicians who began excitedly imagining how to use the new drug in practice.
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