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Olaparib and temozolomide for relapsed small cell lung cancer

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Published: 10.04.17
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Dr Anna Farago - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA

Dr Farago speaks with ecancer at AACR 2017 about results from a phase I/II study of treating patients with small cell lung cancer (SCLC) following relapsed after chemotherapy.

She describes the rationale of adding olaparib, a PARP inhibitor preventing DNA repair, to temozolomide which induces single strand breaks, with a hopeful synergy for controllable cell death within tumours.

Dr Farago describes the doses in the trial as well tolerated, with a response rate of 48% and a median PFS of 5.6 months.

She also highlights the utility of patient derived xenografts to chart patient responses through time, and identify stages of resistance and response.

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