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ASCO/ESMO 2020 Debio 1143/ Xevinapant Study Update
Debio/ Xevinapant Study Update
What Have We Learned About Debio 1143 (Xevinapant) in Combination with Chemoradiation Therapy for Patients With HNSCC
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Joshua Bauml, MD, Advisory Board Member, GRACE Faculty
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We are pleased to present this newest video series of updates from ASCO and ESMO 2020, with discussions on updates to head and neck cancer treatments and trials.

Dr. Joshua Bauml, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Jared Weiss, Associate Professor of Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill and Vice President of the Board of GRACE chaired this program.

Drs. Bauml and Weiss spoke with Dr. Kathryn Gold, Medical Oncologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Diego and Dr. Ranee Mehra, Professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Maryland, on the newest updates to 2020 trials and studies presented at ASCO and ESMO this year.

 

For this discussion, Drs. Bauml, Weiss, Gold and Mehra discuss what we have learned about Debio 1143 (Xevinapant) in combination with chemoradiation therapy for patients With HNSCC.

We thank Varian for their support of this program!

 

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