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Promising Immunotherapy Agents on Horizon in Bladder Cancer

Virginia Powers, PhD
Published: Monday, Nov 16, 2015

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Thomas Powles, MD

The dramatic and often practice-changing findings demonstrated by trials of immunotherapies in melanoma and lung cancer may soon be reflected in the treatment of bladder cancer, according to a summary of ongoing studies1 presented at the 7th European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers (EMUC).

PD-L1 expression on the immune cells (IC) infiltrating the tumor has also been shown to be associated with response. The PD-L1 expression on ICs was evaluated as low, medium, and high in approximately one-third each of 311 patients with locally-advanced or metastatic urothelial carcinoma (mUC) participating in the phase II IMvigor 210 trial, which corresponded to an ORR with atezolizumab of 9%, 10%, and 27% in the respective expression groups.


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