Study finds that frequencies of mutations commonly found in patients with non–small-cell lung cancer vary among members of 3 racial groups. Read More ›

Study of patients with lung adenocarcinoma found that patients with KRAS G12C mutation and high PD-L1 expression benefit more from immunotherapy compared with patients with other KRAS mutations. Read More ›

A study in patients with KRAS G12C-mutated non–small-cell lung cancer with brain metastases found adagrasib to demonstrate intracranial activity while being well tolerated. Read More ›

Study finds circulating tumor DNA reveals disease recurrence before radiographic evidence in patients with non–small-cell lung cancer. Read More ›

Recent study showed that KRAS mutation in patients with non–small-cell lung cancer predicted superior response to first-line immunotherapy. Read More ›

Real-world analysis of mutations in non–small-cell lung cancer showed similar frequencies of common KRAS and EGFR variants in Black and White Americans, but higher EGFR G719S variant was seen in Black Americans. Read More ›

When clinicians and patients rely on different terminology for the term “cure” in cancer treatment, it can lead to patient dissatisfaction and confusion. Read More ›

Next-generation sequencing at initial workup of the patient with advanced non–small-cell lung cancer can shorten time between diagnosis and treatment and may improve survival. Read More ›

Recent study found that the use of sotorasib after anti–PD-L1 therapy in patients with NSCLC increased the chance of severe adverse events and liver toxicity. Read More ›

Patients with non–small-cell lung cancer with a history of prior radiotherapy before immune checkpoint inhibitor treatment are at increased risk for developing severe pneumonitis. Read More ›

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