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Treating advanced melanoma with ipilimumab and HF10

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Published: 05.06.17
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Prof Robert Andtbacka - Huntsman Cancer Institute, Salt Lake City, USA

Prof Andtbacka speaks with ecancer at ASCO 2017 about results from a phase II multicenter trial combining intralesionally injected HF10, an oncolytic Herpes virus, with anti-CTLA4 targeted therapy to treat metastatic or unresectable melanoma

He describes the encouraging response rates from the small trial group, with 41% overall response at 24 weeks, significantly more than trials using ipilimumab alone, with many patients experiencing a durable response.

Prof Andtbacka notes pending analysis of patients responses to assess if age and immune senescence may influence these outcomes, and highlights further trials testing HF10 alongside other immune agents, including a similar trial ongoing in Japan.

Intralesional oncolytic therapies were also discussed by Prof Sanjiv Agarwala at EADO 2017 .

 

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