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For our 18th video in the GRACE Spanish Lung Cancer Library, Dr. Brian Hunis, Medical Director, Head and Neck Cancer Program, Memorial Cancer Institute, Miami, Florida, joined GRACE to discuss the basics of Lung Cancer for Spanish-speaking patients and caregivers. In this video Dr. Hunis addresses acquired resistance to targeted therapies: biology and different clinical patterns.
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Resistencia adquirida a las terapias dirigidas: Biología y diferentes patrones clínicos.
Lamentablemente inclusive en pacientes que tienen la translocación de ALK, eventualmente los pacientes van a desarrollar una resistencia adquirida, por lo cual la medicación con crizotinib no va a funcionar mas.
Por lo general, estos son pacientes que van a tener un prelapso o una recaída en sistema nervioso central o pulmón. Esos son pacientes a los cuales que uno va a considerar terapia de segunda línea o cambiar a quimioterapia.
Acquired resistance to targeted therapies: biology and different clinical patterns.
Unfortunately, even patients with ALK translocation will eventually develop an acquired resistance, resulting in crisotinib not working anymore.
In general, these patients will have a relapse or re-fall in the central nervous system or lung. In these patients, we will consider a second line therapy or change to chemotherapy.
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