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New agent targeting Nectin-4 produces responses in nearly half of patients with advanced urothelial cancer

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Published: 03.06.19
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Prof Daniel Petrylak - Yale Cancer Center, New Haven, USA

Prof Daniel Petrylak presents results at the 2019 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting from a study looking at the use of the novel targeted treatment enfortumab vedotin in urotherial cancer.

The study enrolled urothelial patients who had been treated with platinum-based chemotherapy and/or checkpoint inhibitors.

A 44% response rate was seen and 12% had a complete response with no detectable sign of cancer.

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