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2 days ago Myeloma

**2024 EHA | Breaking Through Multiple Myeloma Treatment Bottlenecks: Significant Advances of Equecabtagene Autoleucel in High-Risk NDMM Patients**

**2024 EHA | Breaking Through Multiple Myeloma Treatment Bottlenecks: Significant Advances of Equecabtagene Autoleucel in High-Risk NDMM Patients**

Multiple Myeloma

Multiple Myeloma

Multiple Myeloma (MM) is a malignant plasma cell disorder and one of the most common hematologic malignancies. In China, approximately 20,000 new cases of newly diagnosed multiple myeloma (NDMM) are reported annually, with a median age at diagnosis over 60 years. It is reported that Chinese MM patients generally exhibit higher rates of cytogenetic abnormalities, with an incidence rate exceeding 40%, which is significantly higher than in Western countries.

High-risk MM patients often respond poorly to existing treatment regimens and face limited treatment options. Many elderly patients are frail and have multiple comorbidities, making them less tolerant of the adverse reactions associated with current therapies, particularly autologous stem cell transplantation (ASCT). Once the disease progresses to a refractory/relapsed state, the combination of advanced age, frailty, and high-risk cytogenetic abnormalities leads to limited salvage treatment options, worsening efficacy, and poor prognosis. Thus, selecting effective frontline therapy for NDMM patients, especially high-risk elderly patients unsuitable for transplantation, is a pressing clinical need, requiring innovative therapies to supplement existing treatments. The new generation of cell immunotherapies, exemplified by Equecabtagene Autoleucel, holds promise to fill this gap and potentially become a breakthrough for high-risk NDMM.

In the FUMANBA-1 study, which included 69.5% high-risk patients, Equecabtagene Autoleucel achieved an ORR of 96.1% and has been approved in China for treating third-line or later relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (R/R MM) patients. This EHA meeting is the first to present oral data on the efficacy and safety of Equecabtagene Autoleucel in the FUMANBA-2 study for high-risk, newly diagnosed, transplant-ineligible MM patients.

### Study Introduction

FUMANBA-2 is a multicenter, open-label, single-arm Phase I study designed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Equecabtagene Autoleucel in transplant-ineligible NDMM patients with 100% high-risk features (defined by mSMART 3.0: RISS Stage III, double-hit, or triple-hit). Patients received four cycles of induction therapy, including the VRd regimen (Bortezomib, Lenalidomide, Dexamethasone), the VCD regimen (Bortezomib, Cyclophosphamide, Dexamethasone), or the PAD regimen (Bortezomib, Doxorubicin, Dexamethasone). After the third cycle of induction therapy, T cells were collected from patients unsuitable for ASCT and Equecabtagene Autoleucel was prepared. After lymphodepletion, patients received a single infusion of Equecabtagene Autoleucel at a dose of 1.0 x 10^6 CAR-T cells/kg. The primary efficacy endpoints were the proportion of MRD-negative patients and progression-free survival (PFS). Secondary endpoints included objective response rate, duration of response, safety, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics.

### Study Results

As of January 25, 2024, 16 patients received Equecabtagene Autoleucel, with a median age of 58.5 years (51-69) and a median follow-up time of 13.1 months (7.9-24.3). All patients had high-risk cytogenetics, with 62.5% (10/16) being double-hit, 12.5% (2/16) being triple-hit, and 25% (4/16) having extramedullary disease. 37.5% (6/16) were R-ISS Stage III, with one patient each combining R-ISS Stage III with double-hit and triple-hit characteristics.

The median follow-up time after Equecabtagene Autoleucel infusion was 7.46 months (2.8-18.1). The median PFS was not reached, with a 12-month PFS rate of 84.4% (95% CI: 49.31-96.00). All subjects achieved MRD negativity, with 71.4% (95% CI: 25.8-92.0) maintaining MRD negativity for over 12 months. The objective response rate (ORR) was 100%, with 93.8% (15/16) achieving stringent complete response (sCR).

Grade 1-2 cytokine release syndrome (CRS) occurred in 68.8% (11/16) of patients, with no grade 3 or higher CRS, immune effector cell-associated neurotoxicity syndrome (ICANS), or neurotoxicity. The most common grade 3 or higher drug-related adverse events were hematologic, with a 25.0% (4/16) incidence of grade 3 or higher infectious disease adverse events.

The median peak CAR copy number in peripheral blood was reached on day 10 (7-21) post-infusion, with a median peak level of 79,681.299 copies/μg gDNA. 81.25% (13/16) of patients achieved free B cell maturation antigen (sBCMA) clearance within one month post-infusion. Median peak levels of inflammatory cytokines IL-6, CRP, and ferritin were 64.28 pg/mL (9.12-3017.83), 49.30 mg/L (3.66-117.30), and 553.35 ng/mL (68.10-2349.00), respectively. The median peak times for IL-6 and CRP were day 7 and day 10, respectively, with no significant change in serum ferritin levels compared to pre-infusion.

### Study Outlook

The FUMANBA-2 study of Equecabtagene Autoleucel demonstrates the efficacy and safety of a novel fully human BCMA CAR-T therapy in high-risk, transplant-ineligible, newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients. This is the first international report of CAR-T therapy as frontline treatment in this specific population. The study highlights the potential application of cell immunotherapy in the MM field. Compared to traditional chemotherapy and new drug treatments, frontline CAR-T therapy for NDMM has the potential to further improve response rates, extend survival, and improve prognosis, particularly for high-risk cytogenetic abnormalities and high tumor burden. For elderly and frail patients who are unsuitable for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, CAR-T therapy may fill the treatment gap to some extent. The one-time treatment approach, as opposed to continuous chemotherapy or multiple transplants, offers patients better quality of life and treatment convenience. Although CAR-T therapy carries risks such as CRS and neurotoxicity, these side effects are manageable in many studies, and safety improves with treatment experience and management strategies. Bringing CAR-T therapy to the frontline provides patients with more diverse and promising treatment options. However, large-scale, long-term follow-up studies are needed to validate its long-term efficacy and survival benefits, and further exploration and optimization are required for the best administration timing, regimen, and duration.

In summary, the FUMANBA-2 study of Equecabtagene Autoleucel shows significant treatment potential in newly diagnosed, transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma patients. With accumulating research evidence and advances in CAR-T technology, we anticipate CAR-T therapy will benefit more patients in the future.

🎉🎉To assess whether the condition is suitable for CAR-T or clinic therapy, you can submit Advanced Medicine in China  for preliminary evaluation!

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2 weeks ago CAR-T

**2024 ASCO: National Institute’s New CAR-T Therapy CD7 CAR-T Cells, Multiple Blood Cancer Destroyers**

**2024 ASCO: National Institute’s New CAR-T Therapy CD7 CAR-T Cells, Multiple Blood Cancer Destroyers**

CAR-T Therapy

CAR-T Therapy

**2024 ASCO: Four Chinese-developed CAR-T therapies make a significant impact, targeting colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, and hematological tumors, with an overall response rate nearing 100.0%**


**CD7 CAR-T Cells: A Powerful Strike Against Hematological Tumors, Patients Achieve Complete Remission**


Patients with relapsed or refractory hematologic malignancies have limited treatment options and poor prognosis, with a 5-year overall survival rate of less than 20%. While allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) provides a critical strategy for treating aggressive hematologic cancers, HSCT treatment can also result in adverse reactions such as graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) and conditioning-related toxicities. Additionally, some patients with poor health cannot undergo this treatment. Therefore, new treatment methods are urgently needed, and the emergence of CAR-T therapy has brought new hope to patients with hematologic tumors.


The world-renowned journal, *The New England Journal of Medicine*, reported on a clinical study of “CD7 CAR-T cells for the treatment of relapsed or refractory CD7-positive hematologic tumors” (NCT04599556).


From November 2021 to September 2023, 10 patients with relapsed or refractory CD7-positive cancers were enrolled in the study, including 7 cases of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), 2 cases of T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), and 1 case of T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma (IVA stage). The median age was 56.5 years (range, 13.7–72.5 years). All patients had bone marrow involvement, with a median blast cell percentage of 36.0% (range, 2–87), and a median CD7 expression on blast cells of 93.0% (range, 80.7–97.7). All patients had received extensive prior treatments, with a median of 9.5 courses (range, 4–15 courses). After enrollment, patients first received an intensive lymphocyte-depleting regimen (cyclophosphamide, fludarabine, etoposide) and then CD7 CAR-T cell infusion therapy. After a median follow-up of 15.1 months, the results showed:


  1. **Complete Remission (CR):** All patients (n=10) achieved complete remission (CR) after CAR-T cell therapy, though hematologic recovery was incomplete, with grade 4 pancytopenia. As of November 8, 2023 (data cutoff date), 6 patients had not received any further treatment and remained in minimal residual disease (MRD) negative complete remission.


  1. **Overall Survival Rate:** The estimated 1-year overall survival rate was 68% [95% Confidence Interval (CI), 43–100].


  1. **Disease-Free Survival Rate:** The estimated 1-year disease-free survival rate was 54% (95% CI, 29–100).

🎉🎉To assess whether the condition is suitable for CAR-T or clinic therapy, you can submit Advanced Medicine in China  for preliminary evaluation!

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Email: [email protected]


#ASCO2024 #CARTherapy #BloodCancer #CD7CART #CancerResearch #Hematology #MedicalInnovation #CART

3 weeks ago CAR-T

Breakthrough Therapy Brings New Hope: Swiss Patient Thomas Begins CAR-T Treatment at Tongji Hospital, Wuhan

**Breakthrough Therapy Brings New Hope: Swiss Patient Thomas Begins CAR-T Treatment at Tongji Hospital, Wuhan**

Professor Li Chunrui’s team at Tongji Hospital in Wuhan successfully conducted a case of chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) immunotherapy for a patient with relapsed and refractory multiple myeloma, offering new life to Swiss patient Thomas.

Thomas, a 54-year-old patient from Switzerland, has been battling multiple myeloma for nearly ten years. Initially diagnosed in 2016, he has endured severe bone pain and undergone multiple rounds of systemic chemotherapy and monoclonal antibody therapy. Although his condition was temporarily controlled, repeated relapses, with the most recent in 2022, made treatment increasingly challenging.

However, the global development of CAR-T therapy has reignited hope. The introduction of FUCASO (Eque-cel), the first fully human CAR-T product in mainland China, has brought new light to Thomas. This groundbreaking treatment not only boasts low immunogenicity but also offers prolonged efficacy, enabling patients to return to a high quality of life.

Thomas ultimately chose to receive the cutting-edge CAR-T therapy at Tongji Hospital, seeking a fundamental breakthrough in his treatment. The apheresis procedure was conducted by the hospital’s top hematology team, who possess international-level expertise and place special emphasis on patient-specific needs and treatment safety. The attending physician elaborated on the apheresis process in an interview, saying, “We precisely collected T-cells from Thomas’s body, then modified these cells in a controlled environment to specifically target multiple myeloma cancer cells. The use of FUCASO greatly enhanced the treatment’s specificity and success rate.”

Thomas expressed high recognition and appreciation for the hospital team’s professionalism and the transparency of the treatment process. Tongji Hospital leveraged its advanced technology and equipment to provide Thomas with a smooth and efficient apheresis experience, ensuring high-quality T-cell collection and paving the way for the subsequent treatment.

Thomas is now filled with confidence and anticipation, looking forward to the new life that CAR-T therapy promises. This new beginning marks a significant step in his treatment journey, injecting new hope into his path to recovery.

We will continue to follow up on the patient’s subsequent treatment and report on the progress.


CART MultipleMyeloma FUCASOJourney Equecel TongjiHospital CancerSurvivor BloodCancer Immunotherapy FullyHumanCART CancerTreatment

1 month ago Myeloma

Interpretation of Hot Topics Conerning Relapsed/Refractory Mutiple Myeloma Patients

💐Interpretation of Hot Topics Conerning Relapsed/Refractory Mutiple Myeloma Patients:💐

What other treatment options are available for patients with relapsed Multiple Myeloma?

How effective is the new drug treatment for the first relapse of Multiple Myeloma?

What treatment options are available for initial relapse of multiple myeloma?

What are the treatment goals for Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma (RRMM)?

What treatment strategy should be adopted for RRMM in order to achieve maximum relief?

For Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma, what are the Grades of Response?


Expert Introduction

👩‍🔬Zhuang Junling

Associate Chief Physician Department of Hematology

Peking Union Medical College Hospital

Published over 50 papers in journals such as Blood, Leukemia Research, and others.


🎉🎉To assess whether the condition is suitable for CAR-T or clinic therapy, you can submit Advanced Medicine in China for preliminary evaluation!

WhatsApp: +8613717959070

Email: [email protected]

#CART #Mutiplemyeloma #CARTtherapy #myeloma #leukemia #drug #RRMM #cancer #cancersurvivor #cancerpatient #bloodcancer #tumor #cartcell #cartcelltherapy #cancertreatment #advancedmedicineinchina #hematology

1 month ago Myeloma , patient story

Key Steps in Precision Treatment: A Detailed Overview of CAR-T Infusion for a Russian Patient at Jiahui in Shanghai

Key Steps in Precision Treatment: A Detailed Overview of CAR-T Infusion for a Russian Patient at Jiahui in Shanghai**

Vladimir Borzenkov, a 68-year-old patient from St. Petersburg, Russia, recently completed the core phase of CAR-T therapy—reinfusion—at Jiahui International Hospital in Shanghai. This crucial step involves reinfusing T-cells, which have been genetically modified to recognize and attack specific cancer cells, back into the patient’s body. For Mr. Vladimir, who has been battling his condition for over five years, this step is particularly significant.

Before the reinfusion, the medical team conducted a comprehensive physical assessment to ensure his body could withstand the procedure. Despite being in his sixties, Vladimir’s determination and desire for a cure helped him overcome any obstacles posed by his age. His journey began in December 2017 with back pain, which progressively worsened over several months. By February 2018, multiple bones, including his spine, sternum, and clavicle, showed signs of deterioration. Although this period seemed like a relentless trial, Vladimir never lost his faith in life. Now, at this critical juncture, he is filled with hope for the future.

For this treatment, Jiahui Hospital utilized FUCASO (Eque-cel), a fully human CAR-T therapy known for its unique low immunogenicity and lasting efficacy, providing therapeutic advantages for the patient. During the reinfusion process, Jiahui Hospital demonstrated advanced capabilities in monitoring and managing adverse reactions. The hospital is equipped with the latest monitoring technology and a highly experienced medical team, ensuring that any potential adverse reactions are promptly identified and managed, thus ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the treatment. This high level of monitoring and detailed attention to the patient’s health made Vladimir’s treatment process not only efficient but also safe.

Through his experience at Jiahui International Hospital, Vladimir witnessed the powerful potential of CAR-T therapy and the significant advantages of FUCASO. He is now filled with hope for the future treatment outcomes. This treatment marks not only a significant milestone in his personal battle against cancer but also showcases Jiahui’s expertise in CAR-T technology and excellent patient care.

#CART #MultipleMyeloma #FUCASOJourney #Equecel #JiahuiHospital #Shanghai #CancerSurvivor #bloodcancer #Immunotherapy #FullyHumanCART #CancerTreatment

2 months ago patient story

Ключевой этап точечного лечения: Подробное объяснение афереза CAR-T для российского пациента в Шанхайской Международной больнице Жияхуи

Ключевой этап точечного лечения:

    Подробное объяснение афереза CAR-T для российского пациента в Шанхайской Международной больнице Жияхуи


    Владимир Борзенков, 68-летний пациент из Санкт-Петербурга, в последнее время прошел важный этап лечения CAR-T в Международной больнице Жияхуи в Шанхае – аферез. Этот процесс включает в себя сбор Т-клеток из организма пациента для дальнейшей генетической модификации и увеличения. Владимир выразил благодарность профессионализму лечебной команды и прозрачности лечебного процесса, что не только сняло его беспокойство, но и увеличило уверенность в успехе лечения. Больница Жияхуи использовала свои передовые устройства и технологии, чтобы обеспечить Владимиру плавный и эффективный опыт афереза, гарантируя высококачественный сбор Т-клеток и заложив прочный фундамент для следующих этапов лечения.

#CART #МножественнаяМиелома #ОдобрениеФУКАСО #Эквесел #БольницаЖияхуи #Шанхай #ВыжившийОтРака #КровяноеРак #Иммунотерапия #ПолностьюЧеловеческийCART

#CART #MultipleMyeloma #FUCASOapproval #Equecel #JiahuiHospital #Shanghai #CancerSurvivor #bloodcancer #Immunotherapy #FullyHumanCART

2 months ago patient story , CAR-T

Key Step in Precision Treatment: Detailed Explanation of CAR-T Apheresis for a Russian Patient at Jiahui International Hospital in Shanghai


    Key Step in Precision Treatment: Detailed Explanation of CAR-T Apheresis for a Russian Patient at Jiahui International Hospital in Shanghai


     Vladimir Borzenkov, a 68-year-old Russian patient from Saint Petersburg, recently underwent a crucial step in CAR-T therapy at Jiahui International Hospital in Shanghai – apheresis. This process involves collecting T cells from the patient’s body for further genetic modification and amplification. Vladimir expressed appreciation for the professionalism of the treatment team and the transparency of the treatment process, which not only alleviated his anxiety but also increased confidence in the success of the treatment. Jiahui Hospital utilized its advanced facilities and technology to provide Vladimir with a smooth and efficient apheresis experience, ensuring high-quality collection of T cells and laying a solid foundation for the next steps of treatment.


#CART #MultipleMyeloma #FUCASOapproval #Equecel #JiahuiHospital #Shanghai #CancerSurvivor #bloodcancer #Immunotherapy #FullyHumanCART

4 months ago patient story

🍀Miraculous Journey Across Borders: Mr. Barankov’s Triumph with CAR-T Therapy in China 🍀

🍀Miraculous Journey Across Borders: Mr. Barankov’s Triumph with CAR-T Therapy in China 🍀

Hope of patients

Hope of patients

🌱Meet Mr. Barankov

    a 68-year-old patient from Saint Petersburg, Russia, who was unexpectedly diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2018. After four years of international consultations, he discovered that China has made significant advancements in CAR-T therapy compared to European medical institutions in Spain, Munich, Heidelberg, and others. 


🌿The treatment outcomes in China are leading globally.

    Following unsuccessful traditional chemotherapy and two autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplants, he had the opportunity for an online consultation with experts from Jiahui International Hospital in Shanghai. During the virtual consultation, Mr. Barankov was impressed by the expertise of the Chinese medical team and the therapeutic potential of the fully human CAR-T drug FUCASO (Eque-cel). Considering China’s leading position in CAR-T therapy, more competitive costs, and relatively shorter wait times, Mr. Barankov made a significant decision to travel to China for treatment.


☘️#MiracleJourney #CARTTherapy #CrossingBorders #CART #Hopeofpatients #FUCASOApproval #Equecel #MultipleMyeloma #JiahuiHospital #Shanghai #Immunotherapy #MedicalInnovation #MedicalBreakthrough #CancerTreatment #FullyHumanCART

4 months ago CAR-T

ความหวังใหม่สำหรับผู้ป่วยโรคมีเลือดมาก (Multiple Myeloma) – เริ่มต้นการรักษาด้วย CAR-T Therapy

🎯ความหวังใหม่สำหรับผู้ป่วยโรคมีเลือดมาก (Multiple Myeloma) – เริ่มต้นการรักษาด้วย CAR-T Therapy🎯

⭐เมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้ ทีมของศาสตราจารย์ ดร. ลิ ปิง ณ โรงพยาบาลตงจิ ในเซี่ยงไฮ้ ได้ดำเนินการรักษาด้วยการภูมิคุ้มกันเซลล์ T ที่มีภูมิลักษณ์ผสม (Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Immunotherapy หรือ CAR-T) สำเร็จสำหรับผู้ป่วยโรคมีเลือดมากที่ซ้ำกลับและซ้ำแล้วและซ้ำไม่ได้ (R/RMM) นี่เป็นการรักษาที่เปิดโอกาสใหม่สำหรับการรักษาผู้ป่วย R/RMM

🌟ผู้ป่วยที่ได้รับการรักษาด้วย CAR-T นี้ได้รับการวินิจฉัยว่าเป็นโรคมีเลือดมากในเดือนกรกฎาคม พ.ศ. 2564 ในประเทศไทย โรคมีเลือดมากของผู้ป่วยมีภาระรักษามาก โรครุนแรง แม้จะได้รับการรักษาด้วยเคมีบำบัดระบบทั่วไป โมโนคลอนอนิบอดี้ การปลูกถ่ายเซลล์ลำไส้โภชนาการของตนเอง (ASCT) และการรักษาอื่น ๆ โรคยังกลับมาซ้ำกลับหลายครั้ง ในระยะเวลาของโรคเพียง 2 ปี เข้าสู่การรักษาหลายเส้นทาง และเจริญสามารถรับการรักษาอย่างเป็นตัวอย่าง ไม่สามารถควบคุมโรคได้อย่างมีประสิทธิภาพ

🌠 เมื่อจำนวนการเกิดการซ้ำกลับเพิ่มขึ้นในผู้ป่วย R/RMM และจำนวนของเส้นทางการรักษาขยายออก การตอบสนองต่อการรักษาก็เลวร้ายลงและระยะเวลาของการหายตัวยังกลับมาสั้นลง อย่างไรก็ตาม ด้วยการอนุมัติยา CAR-T therapy ที่เป็นมนุษย์ที่สมบูรณ์แบบแรกในโลก ชื่อ FUCASO (Eque-cel) ในจีนใหญ่ ความหวังใหม่ก็ได้ถูกเปิดขึ้นอย่างไม่สงบสำหรับการรักษาโรคมีเลือดมาก โครงสร้าง CAR ที่เป็นมนุษย์ที่สมบูรณ์แบบของมันไม่เพียงแต่มีความต้านทานต่อร่างกายน้อย แต่ยังมีการปลดตัวออกและการใช้งานต่ำ ทำให้ผู้ป่วยสามารถกลับไปสู่ระดับคุณภาพชีวิตที่สูงขึ้นด้วยการรักษาแค่ครั้งเดียว

☄หลังจากทีมของศาสตราจารย์ ดร. ลิ ปิง ประเมินพิจารณาพบว่าผู้ป่วยมีเงื่อนไขที่เหมาะสมสำหรับการรักษาด้วยเซลล์ CAR-T หลังจากการสื่อสารอย่างเต็มที่ระหว่างแพทย์กับผู้ป่วยและครอบครัวของเขา ผู้ป่วยในที่สุดก็เลือกที่จะรับการรักษาด้วย CAR-T และได้ทำการรวบรวมเซลล์โมโนเนวกลุ่มเลือดเป็นรายในเดือนพฤศจิกายน พ.ศ. 2566

✨ เราจะติดตามความคืบหน้าของการรักษาของผู้ป่วยต่อไปและรายงานติดตามต่อไป

#CARTTreatment #CARTTherapy #HopeReborn #FUCASOApproval #EquecelApproval #MultipleMyeloma #TongjiHospital #Shanghai #Immunotherapy #MedicalInnovation #MedicalBreakthrough #CancerTreatment #FullyHumanCART

หมายเหตุ: ภาพถ่ายและข้อมูลได้รับอนุญาตจากโรงพยาบาล ผู้ป่วย และครอบครัวของผู้ป่วย

5 months ago CAR-T

A New Chapter in Survival! A Quadruple Drug Combination Opens Up a New Treatment Pathway for Multiple Myeloma Patients

🌟 *A New Chapter in Survival! A Quadruple Drug Combination Opens Up a New Treatment Pathway for Multiple Myeloma Patients.* 🌟

💪Multiple myeloma has long been a challenging disease to treat, but with the development of new drugs and immunotherapy, the prognosis for MM patients has improved significantly. Now, a new study has opened up a fresh avenue of treatment for us!
NEJM, Multiple myeloma

#NEJM, #Multiple myeloma

🔬 **Research Findings**

According to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), a study has demonstrated that daratumumab, targeting the CD38 molecule, combined with VRd (referred to as the D-VRd regimen), shows promising safety and efficacy for newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients eligible for transplantation (NDMM).

📊 **Study Results**

After a median follow-up of 47.5 months, the D-VRd group had a lower risk of disease progression or death compared to the VRd group. At 48 months, the progression-free survival rate for the D-VRd group reached 84.3%, significantly higher than the 67.7% in the VRd group (P<0.001). Additionally, the D-VRd group had significantly higher rates of complete response and deeper response compared to the VRd group, with a higher MRD negativity rate as well.

💡 **Conclusion**

This study indicates that the D-VRd regimen brings significant benefits to newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients, including prolonged progression-free survival, higher rates of response, and MRD negativity. This combined therapy has the potential to become a new frontline treatment for multiple myeloma, offering patients longer survival and improved quality of life!

🔍 **Learn More**

For more information on the latest treatment advances and research findings in multiple myeloma, stay tuned to our page!
📚We can help all international patients come to China to receive anticancer therapies such as CAR-T, TILs, and cancer vaccines.
We have access to medical resources from all cancer hospitals in China and can assist patients in receiving treatment from the best and top-tier oncologists in the CHINA.


#MultipleMyeloma #NewTreatmentApproach #HealthScience #MedicalResearch

5 months ago CAR-T

Haematologica Spotlight:A Chinese team published the largest-scale pediatric-style regimen treatment for adult Ph-negative ALL

🔬 *Haematologica Spotlight* 🔬

A Chinese team published the largest-scale pediatric-style regimen treatment for adult Ph-negative ALL

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)

    is a hematological malignancy characterized by the proliferation of immature lymphoid cells in the bone marrow, peripheral blood, and extramedullary sites. While the prognosis for childhood ALL is relatively favorable, with a 5-year overall survival rate of 80-90%, adult ALL poses greater challenges. Approximately 20-30% of adult acute leukemias are ALL, with about two-thirds being Philadelphia chromosome-negative (Ph-negative) ALL. Conventional adult ALL treatments have shown high remission rates but also high relapse rates and poor long-term survival.


Inspired by the success of pediatric ALL treatments, especially in adolescent and young adult patients, the Hematology Center at the

Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College Hospital

    embarked on a groundbreaking journey. Their pioneering research, recently published in *Haematologica*, presents the results of the largest prospective cohort study in China investigating the efficacy of a pediatric-inspired regimen in adult Ph-negative ALL patients.

The study, led by Dr. Wang Jianxiang and his team,

    evaluated the IH-2014 regimen’s effectiveness in 415 newly diagnosed adult Ph-negative ALL patients treated between April 2014 and December 2021, with a median age of 27 years (range 14-65 years) and a median follow-up of 40.8 months. The overall 5-year overall survival (OS) and disease-free survival (DFS) rates were 53.8% and 51.1%, respectively, with a chemotherapy-related mortality rate of 3.6%.

Patients achieving complete remission (CR)

    after induction therapy with available bone marrow minimal residual disease (MRD) data were categorized based on diagnostic risk: standard-risk (SR) MRD-negative (<0.01%) in 73 patients (18.8%), SR MRD-positive (≥0.01%) in 69 patients (17.7%), high-risk (HR) MRD-negative in 120 patients (30.8%), and HR MRD-positive in 127 patients (32.6%). The 5-year OS rates for these groups were 82.6%, 58.7%, 58.3%, and 36.1%, respectively (P<0.001), with corresponding cumulative relapse rates of 24.2%, 41.1%, 36.3%, and 50.1% (P<0.001). Multivariate analysis identified age ≥40 years and MRD positivity after induction as independent adverse prognostic factors for OS and DFS.
In conclusion, the IH-2014 regimen demonstrates significant efficacy and good tolerability in adult Ph-negative ALL patients, with younger patients (<40 years) benefiting more prominently. Induction treatment response combined with MRD levels serves as a valuable prognostic indicator for long-term survival and relapse, guiding allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation decisions in patients achieving first complete remission (CR1).
This study marks a pivotal milestone in advancing adult ALL treatment strategies, showcasing China’s remarkable progress in the field of hematology. Stay tuned for more groundbreaking research from our team!
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Revolutionizing Medicine: CAR-T Therapy Beyond Cancer

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🔬 Over the past decade, CAR-T cell therapy has transformed the field of oncology, successfully treating previously incurable blood cancers. While CAR-T therapy gained fame for its success in cancer treatment, the roots of this groundbreaking principle trace back nearly 30 years—initially exploring T cell therapy for HIV/AIDS. Although the early attempts didn’t succeed in treating HIV/AIDS, they demonstrated the enduring potential of engineered T cells in immunocompromised patients.
🌟 CAR-T therapy,  or Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell Immunotherapy, essentially involves reengineering a patient’s immune T cells outside the body to recognize antigens on the surface of tumor cells. These modified cells are then reintroduced into the patient, effectively identifying and eliminating cancer cells. Scientists have been tirelessly working to extend CAR-T therapy beyond blood cancers to various other types.
💡 Moreover, research from both clinical and preclinical studies indicates that CAR-T therapy holds great promise beyond cancer treatment. It shows potential applications in autoimmune diseases, chronic infections, heart diseases, aging-related conditions, and more.
🌐 In recent years, scientists have focused on applying CAR-T therapy to solid tumors, exploring its potential in cancer types beyond blood-related malignancies. Early research results suggest that the next frontier for CAR-T therapy may extend to various fields outside cancer, including autoimmune diseases (systemic lupus erythematosus, pemphigus vulgaris, multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes, asthma), fibrotic diseases (fibrosis in the heart, liver, lungs, and kidneys), aging-related conditions (liver fibrosis, solid tumors, atherosclerosis, natural aging), and infectious diseases (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and C, pulmonary tuberculosis).
🚀 The future of CAR-T therapy holds vast potential in reshaping the landscape of medical treatment, reaching far beyond the realms of cancer. Stay tuned for ground
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