| TCR2 Therapeutics is a clinical-stage cell therapy company developing T cell therapies for cancer patients suffering from solid tumors by powering the T cell receptor (TCR) with its TCR Fusion Construct T cells (TRuC-T cells). Co.'s TRuC-T cells recognize and kill cancer cells by using the entire TCR signaling complex. Co.'s TRuC-T cell targeting mesothelin-expressing solid tumors are: gavocabtagene autoleucel, in which Co. is conducting its clinical trial to treat patients with non-small cell lung cancer, ovarian cancer, malignant pleural/peritoneal mesothelioma or cholangiocarcinoma; and TC-510, which incorporates a PD-1:CD28 chimeric switch receptor. The TCRR average annual return since 2019 is shown above.
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to capture long-term trends.
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