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What is Acquired Resistance and How Does it Occur?

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Acquired Resistance Forum Video #1: Dr. Gregory J. Riely of Memoral Sloan Kettering Cancer Center opened the Acquired Resistance in Lung Cancer Patient Forum with a basic introduction of how ALK, ROS1 and EGFR lung cancers become resistant to treatment. September 2014


Are EGFR TKIs (Such as Tarceva) Effective in Lung Cancer Patients Who Are Wild Type EGFR?

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For patients with wild type EGFR, meaning there is no EGFR mutation, drugs like Tarceva (erlotinib) can have a small benefit, but Dr. Joan Schiller wants research to do better. February 2014


Sym-004 Offers Hope for EGFR Wild Type Lung Cancer Patients

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Eighty percent of lung cancer patients have wild type EGFR, meaning there is no EGFR mutation. Dr. Joan Schiller of UT Southwestern Medical Center discusses a new drug in development that may help those patients. February 2014


Molecular Testing in Early Stage Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

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Does it make sense to do molecular testing on early stage lung cancer patients? Dr. Taofeek Owonikoko of Emory University School of Medicine and the Winship Cancer Institute thinks it does in some settings. February 2014


Targeted Therapies for Stage III Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

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Will the success seen for stage IV patients receiving targeted therapies translate into cure for stage III patients? Dr. Daniel Morgensztern of the Washington University School of Medicine talks about what research is ongoing to answer that question.


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