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I-Mab’s Bispecific Antibody Joined by BMS’s PD-1 in Gastric Cancer Trial

publication date: Jun 6, 2024

I-Mab , now a US company since selling off its China assets earlier this year, announced plans to form a clinical trial collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb that will combine I-Mab’s givastomig, a Claudin 18.2 x 4-1BB bispecific antibody, with BMS’s PD-1, nivolumab. The Phase I trial will examine the combination as a first-line therapy for advanced Claudin 18.2-positive gastric and esophageal cancers. Patients will also receive chemotherapy (FOLFOX or CAPOX). BMW will supply nivolumab to participants in the trial. I-Mab is jointly developing givastomig with ABL Bio of Korea. More details....

Stock Symbols: (NSDQ: IMAB) (KOSDAQ: 298380)

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