During separate virtual live events, David R. Gandara, MD, and Alexander Spira, MD, PhD, discussed the timing of durvalumab in non–small cell lung cancer from the PACIFIC trial with participating physicians.
An otherwise healthy 60-year-old woman, who has quit smoking for 8 years after 13 pack years, presented with a nonproductive cough. The patient was diagnosed with non–small cell lung cancer. Oncologists discuss the scenario during a Case-Based Roundtable event.
In a 75-year-old patient with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer, a bone scan taken at 14-month follow-up showed evidence of 2 lesions in the right hip/pelvis, and abdominal/pelvic CT showed a 2.1-cm left pelvic lymphadenopathy.
Tanios S. Bekaii-Saab, MD, professor, discussed the factors that may influence treatment for a 50-year-old patient with KRAS/BRAF wild-type colorectal cancer as well as the treatment options available.
In treating patients with bladder cancer, criteria for treatment differ across practices. Ten oncologists from community practices and academia discussed how they would approach treatment of a 66-year old man with advanced bladder cancer.
A 59-year-old Black woman received a diagnosis of clear cell renal cell carcinoma. Chung-Han Lee, Md, PhD and a group of other physicians discussed the patient's case during a Case-Based Roundtable event.