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10-10-2019 | Castration-resistant prostate cancer | ESMO 2019 | News

PROfound paves the way for precision medicine in mCRPC

Treatment with the PARP inhibitor olaparib improves the outcomes of men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer harboring deleterious mutations in homologous recombination repair genes, show trial results.

09-10-2019 | Non-small cell lung cancer | Editorial | Article

Current therapies for advanced NSCLC: The role of maintenance therapy in an immunotherapy world

Thomas Stinchcombe (Duke Cancer Institute, USA) examines the development of maintenance regimens and where they fit as immunotherapy continues to change treatment paradigms for NSCLC.

07-10-2019 | Prostate cancer | Video | Article

Expert comment: The STAMPEDE study

Eleni Efstathiou shares her views on the STAMPEDE analysis indicating that docetaxel may be an option for hormone-naïve prostate cancer regardless of metastatic disease burden (2:16).

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22-10-2019 | Renal cell carcinoma | ESMO 2019 | News

Benefit of nivolumab–tivozanib, nivolumab beyond progression shown in metastatic RCC

Studies presented at the ESMO 2019 Congress propose that patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma may benefit from a combination of nivolumab and the VEGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitor tivozanib, or by continuing with single-agent nivolumab past initial disease progression.

22-10-2019 | Screening | News

Life-gained selection approach could expand benefits of lung cancer screening

Using a life–years gained approach to select patients for lung cancer screening could maximize its benefits for current and ex-smokers who have both a high risk for lung cancer and a long life expectancy, US research suggests.

21-10-2019 | Lung cancer | News

BCG vaccination linked to reduced incidence of lung cancer

Receipt of the Bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccine may reduce the risk for developing lung cancer, suggests a secondary analysis of a clinical trial conducted in American–Indian and Alaska Native populations.

21-10-2019 | Renal cell carcinoma | ESMO 2019 | News

Treatment-free survival proposed as novel RCC immunotherapy endpoint

Time spent off treatment could be used as a novel clinical trial endpoint for patients undergoing renal cell carcinoma immunotherapy, suggest study findings reported at the ESMO Congress 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.

18-10-2019 | Renal cell carcinoma | ESMO 2019 | News

KEYNOTE-427 updates confirm pembrolizumab benefit for advanced RCC

The latest findings from the KEYNOTE-427 trial add to the efficacy evidence for first-line pembrolizumab against advanced or metastatic renal cell carcinoma regardless of histology.

18-10-2019 | Non-small cell lung cancer | News

Electronic nose predicts PD-1 inhibitor response

An electronic nose can predict if patients with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer will respond to immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy by analyzing the composition of volatile organic compounds in patients’ exhaled breath, say researchers.

IASLC 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer: Independent satellite symposium

Simplifying the sequencing of treatment in NSCLC patients with no actionable mutations

Simplifying the sequencing of treatment in NSCLC patients with no actionable mutations

Chaired by Corey Langer with Enriqueta Felip, David Heigener and Myung-Ju Ahn
Access the scientific summary with video highlights and faculty interviews, including take-home messages from the symposium.

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