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Phase I taselisib results and a cell-free DNA assay

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Published: 25.04.18
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Dr José Baselga - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA

Dr Baselga speaks with ecancer at AACR 2018 about results from a phase I basket study of taselisib to treat locally advanced or metastatic solid tumours harbouring a PIK3CA mutation.

He highlights how these mutations occur in a host of sites throughout the body.

Dr Baslega also describes results from the development of a cell-free DNA assay, allowing for early detection and monitoring treatment response.

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