BMS Licenses IL-12 from Dragonfly in $475 Million Upfront Deal
August 17, 2020
Aug 17, 2020 By Alex Keown
Bristol Myers Squibb plunked down $475 million for the exclusive license to Dragonfly Therapeutics’ interleukin-12 (IL-12) investigational immunotherapy program, including its extended half-life cytokine DF6002 as a potential treatment for solid and hematological cancers.
Dragonfly’s DF6002 is a monovalent IL-12 immunoglobulin Fc fusion protein proposed to achieve strong anti-tumor efficacy by establishing an inflammatory tumor microenvironment necessary for productive anti-tumor responses. In July, Dragonfly launched a Phase I/II study in advanced solid tumors.
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