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The positive Iomab-B Phase 3 SIERRA trial results support continued expansion of targeted conditioning for BMT in other blood cancers, cellular therapy and gene therapy indications. We plan to leverage this clinical data, alongside our prior clinical experience in multiple r/r hematological malignancies to disrupt todays conditioning regimens, with a potential game-changer that can improve access and outcomes for hard-to-treat patients who have no options. We believe leveraging our experience developing Iomab-B and prior clinical data to expand our conditioning program into cell and gene therapy indications, an evolving and high-growth area of treatment innovation, can significantly expand the number of patients who could benefit from Iomab-B or Iomab-ACT. We intend to continue to develop the Iomab-ACT program as a low-dose version of Iomab-B designed specifically for use prior to CAR-T and gene therapies, ultimately with the same value proposition as Iomab-B to improve overall access and outcomes for patients who need cellular or gene therapies.
With the highly positive topline data in hand and strong investigator support, we look forward to highlighting additional SIERRA data at upcoming BMT focused conferences to convey Iomab-Bs value proposition to our target physician community. Our team is hard at work and focused on submitting a BLA in 2023, with the intent of securing what we hope will be the first of many approved indications for Iomab-B. We are also progressing our efforts to initiate an Early Access Program that will broaden the real-world experience with Iomab-B. In 2023, we are excited to build upon the promise of Iomab-B by further developing the lifecycle plan and continue to make progress on Iomab-ACT.