duration of response


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duration of response

In cancer care, the time between the initial response to therapy and subsequent disease progression or relapse.
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The ALTA trial showed that brigatinib (ALUNBRIG) was highly effective post-crizotinib with the majority of patients who received 180 mg once daily with a seven-day lead in at 90 mg once daily achieving an overall response and a median duration of response greater than one year.
3%), and the median duration of response has not yet been reached (range, from 2.
Out of 394 patients in the trial, 188 were responders to medication and 154 we re-evaluated after one, two and three years (following initial treatment) for the duration of response to medication and the possible occurrence of relapse.
The duration of responses ranged from 6 months to continuing over 38 months.
Longer follow-up is needed to assess the duration of response.
Others experience a reduction in relief from spasm and a shorter duration of response over time.
This is a remarkable magnitude and duration of response for a heavily pretreated population.
Responses were durable, with median duration of response not yet reached and 94% of responses ongoing at time of data cutoff.
Median duration of response was not reached for the combination of Opdivo and Yervoy and was 18.
The company noted that the response was durable with a median duration of response reaching 9.