Focused on the Cure

Kite is dedicated to achieving one of the most ambitious goals of 21st century medicine:
curing cancer.

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Science iconOur science

Our goal is to fundamentally change the way people think about cancer treatment by pushing the boundaries of what is possible with cell therapy — using genetically modified immune cells to target tumors.

CAR T-cell therapy is an individualized, one-time treatment with curative intent. It uses the power of a patient's own immune system (their white blood cells) to fight certain types of blood cancer. 

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Shon, blood cancer survivor, and his wife Lisa
Shon, blood cancer survivor, and his wife, Lisa

Pipeline iconOur Pipeline

Our cell therapy pipeline is charging ahead to address the unmet need in hematologic cancers, potentially bringing the benefits of cell therapy to patients with solid tumors and advancing the next generation of treatment, such as allogeneic therapies. 

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Therapies iconOur Therapies

Kite has been at the forefront of cancer immunotherapy since 2009. Today, we are a leader in engineered T cell therapy, which has changed the paradigm of cancer treatment as one of the biggest breakthroughs in medicine since the introduction of combination chemotherapy more than 60 years ago. We are driven by our mission to bring these potentially lifesaving therapies to the patients who need them most.

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Therapies iconOur Authorized Treatment Centers

Kite is proud to have more than 350 authorized treatment centers (ATCs) where patients can receive CAR T-cell therapy across the globe, including more than 125 in the U.S.

ATCs are independent facilities certified to dispense Kite CAR T therapies. Choice of an ATC is within the sole discretion of the physician and patient. Kite does not endorse any individual treatment sites.

Our Treatment Centers

map of the U.S. with pins for each authorized treatment center

Change the Future iconChange the Future of Cancer Treatment with Us

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