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CAR-T Malignancy Reports Could Temper Excitement For Use Beyond Oncology

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US FDA has received a total of 19 reports of T-cell malignancy involving BCMA- or CD19-directed autologous CAR-T cell immunotherapies and is evaluating the need for regulatory action. Focus on lentiviral and retroviral vectors could extend to safety of other types of gene therapies.

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