Some people may think that if you just give a whole boat load of engineered T cells, and in particular, those modified with a Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR), that responders are “cured.”
While some recipients of engineered T cells can have long-term, durable remissions, others may initially respond, only to subsequently relapse.
Resistance to CAR T cell therapy can and does occur.
In this post, we talked with a leading expert about the latest research on how resistance to cell therapy develops, and the potential strategies to overcome it.
CAR T cell therapy is exciting, but remains an emerging field with multiple ways in which the competitive landscape may be shaped moving forwards.
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