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TROP2-Targeting Therapies in NSCLC: What You Need to Know

TROP2-Targeting Therapies in NSCLC: What You Need to Know

Med-IQ Select
Online Course | Specialties: Oncology
Released: 9/10/2020
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Expires: 9/9/2021
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Max Credits: 0.5
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Faculty
Edward Garon, MD
Director, Thoracic Oncology Program
Associate Professor of Medicine
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
 
Activity Planners
Christie Avraamides, PhD
Clinical Content Manager
Med-IQ
Baltimore, MD

Jane Frutchey, MS
Managing Editor
Med-IQ
Baltimore, MD

Rebecca L. Julian, MS, ELS
Senior Manager, Editorial
Med-IQ
Baltimore, MD

Samantha Gordon
Accreditation Manager
Med-IQ
Baltimore, MD

Amy Sison
Director of CME
Med-IQ
Baltimore, MD 

Writer
Haifa Kassis, MD
West Roxbury, MA 
  
Intended Learning Outcomes
Upon completion, participants should be able to:

  • Explain the role of TROP2 in oncogenesis and the novel agents targeting this glycoprotein in NSCLC
  • Translate emerging clinical efficacy and safety findings with TROP2 inhibitors, including the identification of patients who might benefit from these therapies 

Target Audience
This activity is intended for oncologists.
 
Statement of Need
Despite the progress made in NSCLC treatment, patients eventually experience disease progression, underscoring the urgent need for additional treatment options that help extend survival. TROP2 antibody drug-conjugates (ADCs) are in clinical development for pretreated patients with NSCLC and are demonstrating promising activity. TROP2 ADCs are adding to the volume of new data that oncologists must interpret and synthesize. Therefore, oncologists require education on these emerging therapeutic agents to understand the data and appropriately select patients who are most likely to benefit from them.

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Med-IQ is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  

Med-IQ designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 
 
Medium/Method of Participation
This is a 0.5-credit CME activity. To receive credit, read the introductory CME material, complete all of the modules, and complete the evaluation, attestation, and post-test, answering at least 70% of the post-test questions correctly.

Initial Release Date: September 10, 2020
Expiration Date: September 9, 2021
Estimated Time to Complete This Activity: 30 minutes

Drug/Product Usage by Faculty
Off-label/unapproved drug uses or products are mentioned within this activity.

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Disclosure Statement
The content of this activity has been peer reviewed and has been approved for compliance. The faculty and contributors have indicated the following financial relationships, which have been resolved through an established COI resolution process, and have stated that these reported relationships will not have any impact on their ability to give an unbiased presentation.

Edward Garon, MD
Consulting fees/advisory boards: GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Contracted research: AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly and Company, EMD Serono, Inc., Genentech, Iovance Biotherapeutics, Merck & Co, Inc., Mirati Therapeutics, Neon Pharmaceuticals, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation   
 
The writer, peer reviewers, and activity planners have no financial relationships to disclose.
 
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Acknowledgment of Commercial Support
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
 
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Abstract

Here are the key takeaways from this activity. Deeper insights and evidence, plus an opportunity to receive credit, are available at the continue button below.

  • TROP2 is a glycoprotein that is upregulated in NSCLC; it is associated with poor survival rates
  • ADCs that target TROP2 and deliver a toxic payload into lung cancer cells are in clinical trials in heavily pretreated patients with NSCLC
  • Data on the safety and efficacy of TROP2-targeted ADC agents sacituzumab govitecan and DS-1062 (investigational drug) in refractory advanced or metastatic NSCLC are emerging from early phase clinical trials
  • Data suggest that TROP2-targeted agents can be effective in patients whose tumors did not respond to or progressed after multiple treatments, including prior ICI therapy

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