Patients with advanced human papillomavirus 16–positive cervical cancer appear to benefit from treatment with VB10.16 and atezolizumab.
The phase 1/2 SPARTACUS trial assessed the use of stereotactic hypofractionated radiation therapy in patients with uterine cancer; the treatment appeared to be well tolerated.
Patients with persistent, recurrent or metastatic cervical cancer whose tumors express PD-L1 can receive treatment with pembrolizumab plus chemotherapy with or without bevacizumab following approval by the European Commission.
Marina Frimer, MD, spoke about what the future holds for the treatment of patients with platinum-sensitive recurrent uterine cancer.
The safety and efficacy of NG-641 plus nivolumab will be assessed as part of the phase 1a/b NEBULA trial in patients with previously treated metastatic or advanced epithelial tumor.
Patients with advanced or recurrent uterine serous carcinoma derived promising benefit from treatment with ZN-c3.
Marina Frimer, MD, spoke about the goals of a phase 2 trial and how it can impact patients with platinum-sensitive recurrent uterine serous carcinoma.
Patients with locally advanced cervical cancer did not see further benefit from the addition of concurrent durvalumab to chemoradiotherapy.
“Team science is important for being open-minded [and] thinking outside of the box.”
Patients with recurrent cervical cancer appeared to achieve a promising survival benefit following treatment with cemiplimab.