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As posted in the ASCO Daily News, Dr. George Demetri, has received recognition for his work in developing targeted TKIs for GIST.
Although the ASCO (American Society for Clinical Oncology) will be a virtual meeting this year, The Life Raft Group continues to be at the forefront in collaborating in efforts to improve treatment for cancer patients. This year, two important abstracts will be presented online that illustrate these efforts.
In a recent post by Oncology Nursing News, Dr. Gina D'Amato, associate professor and assistant director of Clinical Research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Health System, discusses the evolution of treatment in sarcoma, the use of NGS, and predictive and prognostic biomarkers under investigation in the space.
As research regarding GIST and other relevant topics is extensive and dynamic, consensus among the Real World Evidence Team was that it would be a good idea to convene a group tasked with monitoring and assessing this research. Recently the LRG held its inaugural virtual meeting of the newly formed LRG Science Forum.
In this issue of LRG Science, the relationship between overall survival (OS) and access to treatments after imatinib failure is explored. In 2019, the LRG published this research in Clinical Sarcoma Research and this issue includes commentary from experts. LRG Science endeavors to be a respected source of timely, science-based information built on real world data designed for those whose focus is to increase patient survival from GIST and other cancers.
Our Rare Disease Day offering is a whitepaper titled 'Partnership for Survival – Treating the Rarest of the Rare' detailing how a collaboration with the NIH has become a model for other advocacy groups and researchers.
The 17th Pediatric and Wildtype GIST Clinic was held at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland on September 25-27, 2019. The Clinic was a collaboration amongst researchers, specialists, patient advocates, patients, and family members, with the goal of furthering the knowledge of SDH-deficient Gastrointestinal Stromal (GIST) tumors in order to develop more effective therapies.
Deciphera Pharmaceuticals has released positive results from their INVICTUS Phase 3 Clinical Study of Ripretinib in patients with GIST. They have also updated results from the Phase 1 Study. Deciphera shared that "patients treated [...]
PDF is available of LRG Science to print here. An oncologist in Chennai, India, 8,366 miles away from the Life Raft Group’s Wayne, New Jersey office, is running out of treatment [...]