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Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) today announced that the company will participate in a fireside chat at Bernstein's 37 th Annual Strategic Decisions Virtual Conference, which will be webcast on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Giovanni Caforio, M.D., Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer , will answer questions about the company at 10 a.m. ET.

Investors and the general public are invited to listen to a live webcast of the session at http://investor.bms.com . An archived edition of the session will be available later that day.

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U.S. FDA Approves Bristol Myers Squibb's CAR T Cell Therapy Breyanzi® for Relapsed or Refractory Large B-cell Lymphoma After One Prior Therapy

I n the pivotal Phase 3 TRANSFORM trial, single infusion of Breyanzi significantly outperformed the nearly 30-year standard of care with median event-free survival of 10.1 months vs. 2.3 months and a well-established safety profile

Approval was also based on data from the Phase 2 PILOT study, the first and only company-sponsored study of a CAR T cell therapy in patients with primary refractory or relapsed LBCL who are not considered candidates for transplant, in which Breyanzi delivered deep and durable responses

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I n the pivotal Phase 3 TRANSFORM trial, single infusion of Breyanzi significantly outperformed the nearly 30-year standard of care with median event-free survival of 10.1 months vs. 2.3 months and a well-established safety profile

Approval was also based on data from the Phase 2 PILOT study, the first and only company-sponsored study of a CAR T cell therapy in patients with primary refractory or relapsed LBCL who are not considered candidates for transplant, in which Breyanzi delivered deep and durable responses

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Bristol Myers Squibb Presents New Data Showing Effect of Early Zeposia Treatment in Improving and Preserving Cognitive Function in People With Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis

Results showed improved or preserved cognitive function in a majority of people regardless of baseline values, with the greatest effect observed in almost 80% of people with high thalamic volume (45.5% improved and 34.1% preserved) at Month 48 of the DAYBREAK open-label extension trial

Zeposia was well tolerated, with more than 80% of people staying on therapy through 48 months

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New Data Highlight Immune Response to COVID-19 Vaccines in Individuals with Relapsing Forms of Multiple Sclerosis Treated with Zeposia

Analysis of ongoing DAYBREAK open-label extension trial of Zeposia showed that seroconversion occurred in 100% of those treated with mRNA vaccines and in a majority of those treated with non-mRNA vaccines

New analyses to be featured in late-breaking research session at the 8th European Academy of Neurology Congress in Vienna, Austria

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BriaCell Anti-Cancer Technology Published in Leading Cancer Drug Discovery Journal

BriaCell Anti-Cancer Technology Published in Leading Cancer Drug Discovery Journal

  • Anti-Cancer activity of BriaCell's lead candidate, Bria-IMT™, in advanced breast cancer patients was published in a leading peer-reviewed publication.
  • Bria-IMT™, through a novel mechanism of action, rapidly destroyed tumors in patients who matched Bria-IMT™ HLA types, supporting BriaCell's platform strategy of developing off-the-shelf personalized immunotherapy for multiple cancer indications.
  • The clinical data, previously reported, included rapid tumor reduction and extended survival.

BriaCell Therapeutics Corp. (Nasdaq: BCTX, BCTXW) (TSX: BCT) ("BriaCell" or the "Company") a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in targeted immunotherapies for cancer, is pleased to announce the publication of novel scientific data and clinical data (previously reported) on BriaCell's lead candidate, Bria-IMT™. The abstract of the paper was published on-line in Recent Patents on Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery a publication focused on research (where patents have been registered) in leading therapeutic areas, targets, and agents related to anti-cancer drug discovery. The publication highlights BriaCell's approach to developing novel cellular immunotherapies for cancer and the safety and efficacy of Bria-IMT™ against advanced breast cancer in a prior clinical study through a potentially unique mechanism of action. The full text of the article will be made available.

"We are thrilled to see the congruence of our scientific insights and the clinical activity of our immunotherapy in advanced breast cancer patients," stated Dr. Williams, BriaCell's President & CEO. "This paper highlights our findings of rapid tumor shrinkage in multiple anatomic locations including difficult to treat sites like the brain. We are even more excited to see the potential positive effect on survival in these patients. Having these scientific and clinical findings published in such a highly regarded journal is a significant achievement for BriaCell. The results support our approach for selecting patients most likely to benefit from our immunotherapy. This undergirds our current strategy of building a pipeline of off-the-shelf personalized immunotherapies as potentially safe and effective treatments for advanced breast cancer and other cancers," Dr. Williams added.

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Recommendation is Based on Week 26 Data from the CAPELLA Trial Showing Twice-Yearly Lenacapavir Achieved High Rates of Virologic Suppression in Heavily Treatment-Experienced People with HIV –

– If Authorized, Lenacapavir Could Offer a New, Every Six-Month Treatment Option for People with Limited Treatment Choices

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