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Lung Cancer FAQ: My advanced NSCLC has progressed after initial chemo. What are the leading options now?

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In the last decade, the treatment of NSCLC has evolved very significantly, and one of the leading ways has been that we’ve gone from having no established role for treatment after initial, first line therapy to having multiple agents with a proven benefit.

It’s worth clarifying that as maintenance therapy is increasingly being considered as an option after first line therapy, a distinction between this and second line therapy. Maintenance therapy is given to prolong the period before someone who has achieved a response or stable disease on first line treatment demonstrates progression for the first time, while second line therapy is the term more commonly reserved for treatment after someone has demonstrated evidence of progression for the first time after first line therapy.

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