Mini Review ARTICLE
Antibody-Directed Therapies: Towards a Durable and Tolerable Treatment Platform for CTCL – A Review
- 1Columbia University Irving Medical Center, United States
Cutaneous T-cell lymphomas (CTCL) are a rare group of heterogenous disorders characterized by cutaneous involvement of monoclonal T-lymphocytes. Although indolent at early stages, CTCL can confer significant morbidity and mortality when advanced. There is an unmet need for tolerable and durable treatments with antibodies recently gaining promise. Here we review approved systemic therapies and discuss select antibodies in development.
Keywords: cutaneous t-cell, lymphomas, brentuximab vedodin, Mogamulizumab, Denileukin difitox, E7777, Alemtuzamab, TTI-621, afm-13, ARGX-110, IPH4102, antibody-directed therapy, Pembrolizumab, Nivolumab
Received: 23 Apr 2019;
Accepted: 01 Jul 2019.
Edited by:Basem M. William, The Ohio State University, United States
Reviewed by:Belinda P. Simoes, University of São Paulo, Brazil
John C. Reneau, Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan, United States
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* Correspondence: Mx. Ahmed Sawas, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, New York, NY 10027, New York, United States, email@example.com