Dr. Michael Morris on Combining and Sequencing Radium-223

Michael J. Morris, MD
Published: Friday, Nov 13, 2015

Michael Morris, MD, a medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses combining radium-223 with other types of treatment and how to best optimize the use of the drug alone.

Androgen receptor–directed therapy, chemotherapy, and novel therapeutics could also be combined with radium-223 to improve survival, says Morris. There is currently a study looking at radium-223 and abiraterone.

Work is also still being done to better understand how to administer radium-223 alone, says Morris. Questions still remain regarding how frequently patients should receive radium-223, how long they should take the drug, and at what dose.
 
Michael Morris, MD, a medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses combining radium-223 with other types of treatment and how to best optimize the use of the drug alone.

Androgen receptor–directed therapy, chemotherapy, and novel therapeutics could also be combined with radium-223 to improve survival, says Morris. There is currently a study looking at radium-223 and abiraterone.

Work is also still being done to better understand how to administer radium-223 alone, says Morris. Questions still remain regarding how frequently patients should receive radium-223, how long they should take the drug, and at what dose.
 



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