Lung Cancer Drugs Yield Benefit in Rare Molecular Patient Subsets, ASCO Studies Show | GenomeWeb

CHICAGO – At the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting this week, researchers presented new data on treatments for non-small cell lung cancer patients with ALK rearrangements and MET alterations in their tumors.

The data suggest that the precision oncology drug market in NSCLC will get even more crowded in the coming months and years, and patient populations will be further dissected according to molecular tumor characteristics.

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