Dr. Dreicer on Ongoing Trials in Prostate Cancer

Robert Dreicer, MD
Published: Tuesday, Jul 18, 2017



Robert Dreicer, MD, professor, University of Virginia Health System, discusses ongoing trials investigating emerging treatments for patients with prostate cancer.

There are ongoing trials suggesting that VT-464 may have some theoretical advantages for patients who have splice variants. It appears to be a safe agent with activity but the extent of the activity is still unknown.

EPI-506 is a different type of AR antagonist, which may also have activity in splice variants, however the phase II data is not yet mature.
 
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Robert Dreicer, MD, professor, University of Virginia Health System, discusses ongoing trials investigating emerging treatments for patients with prostate cancer.

There are ongoing trials suggesting that VT-464 may have some theoretical advantages for patients who have splice variants. It appears to be a safe agent with activity but the extent of the activity is still unknown.

EPI-506 is a different type of AR antagonist, which may also have activity in splice variants, however the phase II data is not yet mature.
 

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