Results from a phase 2 trial indicated that atezolizumab and bevacizumab yielded a significant duration of response in recurrent endometrial cancer.
Despite inconclusive efficacy results regarding the use of pembrolizumab plus epacadostat in patients with recurrent clear cell ovarian carcinoma, rapid accrual to the trial reveals an unmet need in this cancer subset.
Results from the phase 3 TRITON3 trial demonstrated that radiographic progression-free survival was significantly improved when patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer were treated with rucaparib monotherapy vs physician’s choice.
A real-world study found that time to discontinuation and time to next treatment outcomes associated with ibrutinib were not impacted by a baseline high risk of atrial fibrillation or stroke in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia or small cell lymphocytic lymphoma.
A recent analysis of data from the phase 3 PEACE-1 study reveals a correlation between 8-month prostate-specific antigen levels and survival outcomes in patients with metastatic castration-sensitive prostate cancer who are treated with systemic therapy regimens that include androgen deprivation therapy.
Based on results from a phase 3 trial, a bevacizumab biosimilar, bevacizumab-adcd, was approved by the FDA for patients with metastatic or recurrent non-squamous non–small cell lung in addition to 5 other disease types.
Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare approved pembrolizumab for use in 4 indications, including high-risk, early-stage triple-negative breast cancer, stage IIB or IIC melanoma, adjuvant renal cell carcinoma, and recurrent/metastatic cervical cancer.
Data from the phase 3 ATHENA-MONO study indicated that maintenance rucaparib yielded progression-free survival benefit vs placebo across all subgroups in a population of patients newly diagnosed ovarian cancer, according to David O’Malley, MD.
Treatment with gavocabtagene autoleucel demonstrated efficacy and tolerability in patients with mesothelin-expressing solid tumors, according to updated data from an ongoing phase 1/2 clinical trial.
Results from the phase 1/2 TAS-120-101 trial lead to the accelerated approval of futibatinib in patients with locally advanced or metastatic cholangiocarcinoma and an FGFR2 gene fusion or rearrangement.