ASCO 2020 - Wrap Up

Results from the ARROW study show that pralsetinib demonstrates broad and durable antitumor activity across multiple advanced solid tumor types, regardless of RET fusion genotype. Read More ›

Results from the ARROW study showed that pralsetinib has rapid, potent, and durable clinical activity in patients with advanced RET fusion–positive non–small-cell lung cancer, regardless of RET fusion genotype or prior therapies. Read More ›

The AcceleRET Lung study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of pralsetinib compared with standard of care for first-line treatment of patients with advanced/metastatic RET fusion–positive non–small-cell lung cancer. Read More ›

Results from the phase 2 GEOMETRY mono-1 study confirm capmatinib to be efficacious in second-line treatment of patients with MET exon 14–mutated non–small-cell lung cancer. Read More ›

An updated analysis of 3 phase 1/2 trials finds that entrectinib continues to demonstrate clinically meaningful responses in patients with NTRK fusion–positive solid tumors, including those with and without baseline central nervous system disease. Read More ›

The next-generation RET inhibitor TPX-0046 demonstrates potent in vitro and in vivo activity against a diverse range of RET alterations, including solvent front mutation–mediated resistance. Read More ›

Selpercatinib (LOXO-292) use was associated with durable antitumor activity in patients with RET-mutant medullary thyroid cancer previously treated with cabozantinib and/or vandetanib as well as in cabozantinib/vandetanib-naïve patients. Read More ›

In newly diagnosed patients with lung cancer, liquid biopsy using the Guardant 360 assay identifies actionable targets beyond those identified by tumor tissue profiling alone and with a shorter turnaround time. Read More ›

Results from the CHRYSALIS study show that amivantamab demonstrates robust and durable antitumor activity and a manageable safety profile in patients with EGFR exon20ins-mutated non–small-cell lung cancer. Read More ›

A substantial minority of patients with advanced non–small-cell lung cancer and highly actionable gene variants were not prescribed available targeted therapies in the Veterans Health Affairs National Precision Oncology Program. Read More ›


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