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ROS1 Biomarkers

News and reporting on ROS1 biomarkers.

The pandemic has underscored the importance of "bringing the trial to the patient," a concept that is likely to persist, particularly in precision oncology.

The drugmaker has had discussion with the FDA about its regulatory plan for repotrectinib based on the efficacy and safety seen in interim analysis.

Entrectinib is authorized for advanced NTRK fusion-positive solid tumors with no alternative treatment, and ROS1-positive NSCLC patients.

The Phase II trial in China will enroll 106 NSCLC patients with ROS1 fusions who have either never received a tyrosine kinase inhibitor or have received Xalkori.

Despite recognition among drugmakers, researchers, and regulators of the need to diversify precision oncology trials, few Black and Hispanic patients are included in studies.

Repotrectinib is an investigational drug intended for the treatment of patients with advanced solid tumors harboring ROS1, NTRK1-3, or ALK molecular rearrangements.

The decision is based on pooled single-arm trial data demonstrating the agent's ability to prolong progression-free survival and shrink patients' tumors.

The Chinese drug evaluation agency has granted the investigational new drug clinical trial authorization to taletrectinib in NRTK- and ROS1-mutated cancer patients.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence draft guidance suggests more data is needed before using larotrectinib to treat UK cancer cases in histology-independent setting.

The approval will allow clinicians to identify NSCLC patients with ROS1 fusion genes who could benefit from treatment with Rozlytrek.

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