G1 Therapeutics to Host Virtual R&D Day on September 15, 2022
G1 will review the development and expansion strategy for trilaciclib, its innovative investigational therapy to improve the lives and outcomes of people living with cancer. The Company will also present new preclinical data supporting potential of trilaciclib to work synergistically with other anti-cancer therapies. Trilaciclib is currently in clinical trials assessing its myeloprotective and anti-tumor immunomodulatory effects in a range of tumor types and in combination with a variety of treatments, including ADCs and checkpoint inhibitors.
Additionally, the program will feature insights from leading clinicians on the differentiated and broadly applicable immune-based mechanism of action of trilaciclib; the importance of transient CDK4/6 inhibition; and the urgent need to improve treatment options for patients with colorectal cancer:
Shom Goel, B Med Sci, MBBS, FRACP, PhD, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, The University of Melbourne Richard Goldberg, MD, Professor Emeritus and former Director, West Virginia University Cancer Institute(WVUCI)
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