Dr. Heather Wakelee, Stanford University Medical Center, evaluates the lack of evidence for the use of targeted therapies after surgery, and describes ongoing trials attempting to resolve that issue.
Dr. Heather Wakelee, Stanford University Medical Center, lists standard adjuvant chemotherapy regimens, comparing their administration and uses.
Dr. Heather Wakelee, Stanford University Medical Center, discusses the purpose of adjuvant chemotherapy, and which patients benefit most from it.
Dr. Heather Wakelee, from Stanford University, describes which molecular markers she seeks for NSCLC patients.
Dr. Heather Wakelee: Will Our Gains in Targeted Therapies Be Generalizable to a Wider Range of Lung Cancers?
Dr. Heather Wakelee, from Stanford University, provides her perspective on the likelihood that molecular oncology principles and targeted therapies will become more broadly applicable for patients with squamous and other lung cancer subtypes.
Dr. Heather Wakelee, from Stanford University, discusses the evidence and her personal interpretation and recommended approach to maintenance therapy for advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
Dr. Heather Wakelee: How Should We Manage Acquired Resistance with a Single Lesion or More Diffuse Progression?
Dr. Heather Wakelee from Stanford University offers her insights on how to approach a patient with gradual progression in a single site, especially in the brain, or more multifocal progression after a good initial response to a targeted agent for lung cancer.
Dr. Heather Wakelee on the Most Promising New Agents and Pathways for Treating Lung Cancer in the Coming Years
Dr. Heather Wakelee from Stanford University presents her view on the most promising emerging targeted therapies and pathways for treating lung cancer in the coming years.
Dr. Heather Wakelee: My Approach to Repeat Biopsies For Advanced NSCLC Patients Who Have Insufficient Tissue for Molecular Testing
Dr. Heather Wakelee from Stanford University expresses her practice pattern for patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer who would need a repeat biopsy to obtain sufficient tissue to perform molecular marker testing.
Dr. Heather Wakelee: How Should We Use Molecular Marker Information for Management of Earlier Stage Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer?
Dr. Heather Wakelee from Stanford University discusses the open question of whether patients with resectable or locally advanced NSCLC should have testing for molecular markers, as well as how we might use this information in clinical practice.