Commentary on presentation by Dr Philippe Armand at BMT Tandem meeting on “Checkpoint Blockade in SCT, Data & Hope, Promise & Peril”
How do we decide how to incorporate the newly approved drugs in Multiple Myeloma and what's the next wave of therapies we can expect to see evolve?
Unum have developed a completely different approach to traditional CAR T cell therapies. Will they make an impact in patients?
An interview with Seattle Genetics CEO, Dr Clay Siegall on CD19A ocular toxicity and the competition from checkpoint inhibitors in Hodgkin's lymphoma.
An in-depth look at the FLT3 inhibitor midostaurin and its potential impact on the treatment for AML.
ASH 2015 interview with Dr Ian Flinn, Director of the Blood Cancer Research Program at the Sarah Cannon Research Institute.
A look at the new CLL 17p deletion data at ASH in the late breaker session
Part 2 of ASH 2015 interview with Prof Waseem Qasim (GOSH) on the first in man gene edited allogeneic CAR T cell therapy.
Part 1 of an interview with Prof Waseem Qasim.
Commentary on "Manic Monday" at ASH 2015
Commentary on Plenary Sunday at the 2015 ASH annual meeting in Orlando.
Commentary on Saturday at ASH15
In the last of our American Society of Hematology (ASH) 2015 annual meeting previews, we take a broad…
There are an encouraging number of promising therapies in development for Aggressive Lymphomas at ASH this year - which ones should you watch out for?
With four new approvals in multiple myeloma in 2015, ASH is expected to have a surfeit of riches to review for this disease...
Checkpoints in classical Hodgkins Lymphoma - how is the data holding up one year on?
A look at the FLT3 AML landscape - what's new?
Preview of some of the late-breaking abstracts at the 2015 annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology ASH15 in Orlando.
Interview with a leading expert on strategies to overcome CAR T Cell Therapy Resistance
Expert opinion on First Clinical Application of TALEN Engineered Universal CAR19 T Cells in B-ALL
Most of the abstracts for the 2015 annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) have just gone online.
This is a quick initial preview of a few that caught my attention in the immunotherapy space.