In this commentary, we discuss the investigation into reports of T-cell malignancies following chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy. We argue that although these cases should be thoroughly examined, current data suggest that such risks with autologous chimeric antigen receptor T cells are remarkably low compared with other cancer treatments. We also emphasize the importance of continued research, transparent reporting, and participation in postauthorization safety studies.

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