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22 results for "Cancer" and "Eye/Orbital Cancers" and "Multiple Myeloma"
JNJ-64407564 [anti-GPRC5DxCD3] is called a bispecific antibody because it has two arms that target a protein on the myeloma cells, GPRC5D, and a protein on T-cells, CD3. T-cells are a type of cell that can kill cancer cells. JNJ-64407564 [anti-GPRC5DxCD3] brings these killer T-cells to the myeloma cell resulting in myeloma cell death.
JNJ-64007957 [anti-BCMAxCD3] is called a bispecific antibody because it has two arms that target a protein on the myeloma cells, BCMA, and a protein on T-cells, CD3. T-cells are a type of cell that can kill cancer cells. JNJ-64007957 [anti-BCMAxCD3] brings ...
In this study the focus of Phase 1 is safety, answering the question of which dose is tolerable. In Phase 2 the focus is on safety and whether the study drug, in combination with other drugs, help your cancer not continue or progress, answering the question of whether the study drug is effective.
The purpose of the escalation phase is to determine the maximum tolerated dose and to determine the recommended dose that is to be used in the expansion phase (Part B) of the study. In the escalation phase, the study will determine the best dose level which will minimize the risk of side effects during testing.