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PSA for anyone that chased me down the BPMC rabbit hole:

Deciphera might cause some waves.

And that is ok.

BPMC data in 4L:
In 56 patients with PDGFRa D842V-driven GIST, tumor reduction was observed in 98% of patients, with 5 complete response and 42 partial response (ORR of 84%). The 12-month DoR was 76.3%, and the 12-month progression free survival rate was 81.3%.

DCPH data:
disease control rate @ 3 months 66%.
mPFS: 24 weeks

Deciphera looks ok, but not better than BPMC currently. The TIE2 inhibitor looks too early to make a call. If data is positive for their GIST treatment and their TIE2 inhibitor, I'd be curious. Right now, I dont think its going to make a serious run at BPMC.
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