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Latest advances in treatment for ALK positive NSCLC

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Published: 26.10.18
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Prof Gordon McVie, Dr Lázaro Quintela

Prof Gordon McVie and Dr Mártin Lázaro Quintela speak at ESMO 2018 in Munich about screening and treatment options for ALK NSCLC patients, and the research presented at this years conference changing practice for clinicians.

Dr Qunitela highlights alectinib data presented at ASCO 2018, and how new research extends its benefit over crizotinib.

Lorlatinib, ceritinb and brigantinib were also reported on at the conference, with the latter showing activity in brain metastases with a response rate of over 80%.

The latest ESMO guidelines recommend alectinib as the first choice to treat ALK lung cancer, and the options for treatment after relapse continue to widen.

ALK-positive NSCLC treatment options in 1L
ALK-positive NSCLC clinical trials presented at ESMO
New ESMO guidelines for ALK-positive NSCLC patients
Brain metastases management

ecancer's filming has been kindly supported by Roche through the ecancer Global Foundation. ecancer is editorially independent and there is no influence over content.

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