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  • What is EGFR, and what are the molecular tests related to it?
  • I’m coming to the end of my first line chemo for advanced NSCLC. After 4 (or 6) cycles are done, should I take a break or continue with some form of maintenance therapy?
  • I have advanced NSCLC and have been told I don’t have an EGFR mutation. Does this mean I won’t benefit from an EGFR inhibitor?
  • My advanced NSCLC has progressed after initial chemo. What are the leading options now?
  • I’ve just been diagnosed with advanced NSCLC. What treatment should I be starting with?
  • An overview of molecular markers in lung cancer
  • I started an EGFR inhibitor two weeks ago but haven’t developed a rash. Does this mean it’s not working?
  • What treatment should I receive now that my NSCLC with an EGFR mutation is progressing after responding for a year?

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