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In patients with locally advanced, unresectable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), the standard of care is concurrent chemoradiation (CRT) followed by consolidative immunotherapy with durvalumab. Pneumonitis is a known adverse event of both radiation therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors such as durvalumab. We sought to characterize pneumonitis rates and dosimetric predictors of pneumonitis in a real-world population of patients with NSCLC treated with definitive CRT followed by consolidative durvalumab.
Systemic, immune, and target therapies are growing in use in the management of metastatic cancers. The aim of this review was to describe up-to-date published data on the safety and tolerability of metastasis-directed hypofractionated radiation therapy (RT) when combined with newer systemic, immune, and targeted therapies and to provide suggested strategies to mitigate potential toxicities in the clinical setting.
Major advances in radiation therapy (RT) for prostate cancer increase the importance of equity in the use of RT. We sought to assess the evolution of RT utilization disparities in prostate cancer to inform clinicians and health care organizations of persistent areas of need that can be addressed in their practices and policies.