We bring 40 years of innovation to the ADC field. The US FDA recently granted accelerated approval to our lead product for the treatment of ovarian cancer and we have a number of novel ADCs in development in our pipeline.
ADAM9: a disintegrin and a metalloprotease 9; ADC: antibody-drug conjugate; AML: acute myeloid leukemia; BPDCN: blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm; CD: cluster of differentiation; FRα: folate receptor alpha; NSCLC: non-small cell lung cancer; TNBC: triple-negative breast cancer
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ImmunoGen’s investigational products have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or other regulatory authorities. The safety and efficacy of investigational products have not been established.
In addition to our own, proprietary pipeline of ADC candidates, we have a number of partnerships and collaborations in place that leverage our technology – and those of our collaborators – to address unmet medical needs. We continually seek innovative partnerships with the goal of advancing science, gaining access to complimentary capabilities, strengthening our financial position, and creating more value for ImmunoGen.
Examples of our partnerships include a strategic cross-licensing agreement with CytomX Therapeutics to develop ProbodyTM drug conjugate (PDC) therapies and a co-development and co-promotion collaboration with MacroGenics to develop a first-in-class ADAM9-targeting ADC.
Our technology platform has been the basis for a number of high-value partnerships for the company, including the first-ever ADC approved as a treatment option for HER2-positive breast cancer, which is marketed by Roche, called Kadcyla®.
In addition to Roche, we have ADC technology deals in place with Amgen, Bayer, and Sanofi.