CASE 4: 52-Year-Old Man with Relapsed Metastatic NSCLC

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Jonathan W. Riess, MD, MS:


Riess case 4:

52-year-old man with relapsed metastatic NSCLC.

  • 52-year-old man developed NSCLC, metastatic to the bone and brain
  • Was found to have an EGFR activating mutation
  • Started on erlotinib with a good response, received radiotherapy to hip and brain
  • After 12 months he developed cough and dyspnea on exertion
  • CT scan showed progression in the primary lesion and multiple other pulmonary nodules
  • Tissue biopsy showed an EGFR T790M mutation
  • Subsequent treatment with osimertinib resulted in tumor shrinkage as well as resolution of his symptoms.
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