| CytomX Therapeutics is a clinical-stage, oncology-focused biopharmaceutical company. Co. is developing an antibody-based therapeutics created using its Probody® therapeutic technology platform. Co.'s products include: Praluzatamab ravtansine, which is an activated antibody-drug conjugates directed against CD166, a tumor target previously considered undruggable due to its high expression on normal tissues; CX-2029, which opens a therapeutic window for targeting CD71; Pacmilimab, which is a Probody therapeutic against PD-L1, a clinically and commercially validated cancer target; and BMS-986249 and BMS-986288, which is the Probody versions of ipilimumab. The CTMX average annual return since 2015 is shown above.
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