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How will CAR T therapy for lymphoma be used in the future?

Feb 1, 2020

The Lymphoma Hub are pleased to present a series of expert interviews from the 2nd European CAR T Cell Meeting in Sitges, ES. In this video, Gilles Salles, South Lyon University Hospital, Lyon, FR, discusses how CAR T therapy for lymphoma will be used in the future.

Gilles Salles explains that the use of CAR T cells will expand in the future, as the current market approval is for patients in the third line of therapy with primary mediastinal B‐cell lymphoma or diffuse large B‐cell lymphoma (DLBCL). He explains that he foresees an expansion in both the treatment of different histological subtypes and usage in earlier lines of treatments. He also discusses the ZUMA-7 and ZUMA-2 trials

How will CAR T therapy for lymphoma be used in the future?