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Small Extracellular Vesicle-Mediated Itgb6 Sirna Delivery Downregulates The Αvβ6 Integrin And Inhibits Adhesion And Migration Of Recipient Prostate Cancer Cells, Shiv Ram Krishn, Vaughn Garcia, Nicole M Naranjo, Fabio Quaglia, Christopher D Shields, Maisha A Harris, Andrew V Kossenkov, Qin Liu, Eva Corey, Dario C Altieri, Lucia R Languino 2022 Thomas Jefferson University

Small Extracellular Vesicle-Mediated Itgb6 Sirna Delivery Downregulates The Αvβ6 Integrin And Inhibits Adhesion And Migration Of Recipient Prostate Cancer Cells, Shiv Ram Krishn, Vaughn Garcia, Nicole M Naranjo, Fabio Quaglia, Christopher D Shields, Maisha A Harris, Andrew V Kossenkov, Qin Liu, Eva Corey, Dario C Altieri, Lucia R Languino

Department of Cancer Biology Faculty Papers

The αVβ6 integrin, an epithelial-specific cell surface receptor absent in normal prostate and expressed during prostate cancer (PrCa) progression, is a therapeutic target in many cancers. Here, we report that transcript levels of ITGB6 (encoding the β6 integrin subunit) are significantly increased in metastatic castrate-resistant androgen receptor-negative prostate tumors compared to androgen receptor-positive prostate tumors. In addition, the αVβ6 integrin protein levels are significantly elevated in androgen receptor-negative PrCa patient derived xenografts (PDXs) compared to androgen receptor-positive PDXs. In vitro, the androgen receptor-negative PrCa cells express high levels of the αVβ6 integrin compared to androgen receptor-positive PrCa cells. Additionally, expression ...


Human Leucocyte Antigen Genotype Association With The Development Of Immune-Related Adverse Events In Patients With Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treated With Single Agent Immunotherapy, Afaf Abed, Ngie Law, Leslie Calapre, Johnny Lo, Vikas Bhat, Samantha Bowyer, Michael Millward, Elin S. Gray 2022 Edith Cowan University

Human Leucocyte Antigen Genotype Association With The Development Of Immune-Related Adverse Events In Patients With Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treated With Single Agent Immunotherapy, Afaf Abed, Ngie Law, Leslie Calapre, Johnny Lo, Vikas Bhat, Samantha Bowyer, Michael Millward, Elin S. Gray

Research outputs 2022 to 2026

Introduction: Biomarkers that predict the risk of immune-mediated adverse events (irAEs) among patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may reduce morbidity and mortality associated with these treatments. Methods: We carried out high resolution human leucocyte antigen (HLA)-I typing on 179 patients with NSCLC treated with anti-program death (PD)-1/program death ligand (PDL)-1. Toxicity data were collected and graded as per common terminology criteria for adverse event (CTCAE) v5.0. We used 14.8-week for landmark analysis to address lead-time bias to investigate the correlation between HLA-I/II zygosity, supertypes and alleles with irAE. Furthermore, we assessed ...


Quantifying The Dosimetric Impact Of Target Margins In The Oligometastatic Setting, Jessica E. Strang 2022 Grand Valley State University

Quantifying The Dosimetric Impact Of Target Margins In The Oligometastatic Setting, Jessica E. Strang

Culminating Experience Projects

Introduction

With advancements in cancer treatment therapies, patients are living longer with oligometastatic disease. These patients may have multiple targets and may be treated in a single isocenter to reduce overall treatment time. However, the most considerable risk of treating multiple lesions in a single isocenter is a geometric miss. It can be challenging to perform daily alignment of multiple lesions creating a need to prioritize one lesion alignment over others or abort treatment.

Methods

This study quantified the dosimetric impact of total lung exposure as the planning target volume (PTV) margin incrementally increased for multiple intrathoracic lesions.

The analysis ...


A Quantitative Comparison Of Linac Vs. Cyberknife For Sbrt Prostate Boost: A Retrospective Study, Vicente Miguel Ornelas 2022 Grand Valley State University

A Quantitative Comparison Of Linac Vs. Cyberknife For Sbrt Prostate Boost: A Retrospective Study, Vicente Miguel Ornelas

Culminating Experience Projects

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to retrospectively evaluate the quantitative difference of prostate SBRT boost between LINAC boost and CK boost treatments, with a primary plan using LINAC volumetric modulated arc therapy.

Materials and Methods: Nine prostate cancer patients were treated with a SBRT fractionated schedule of 21 Gy in 3 fractions, given every other day over the course of a week. The LINAC-BOOST were created by the researcher followed the same fractionation schedule, treatment volumes, OAR, and dose constraints as the original CK-BOOST treatment. The CK-BOOST was completed on the Multiplan (v14) TPS, while the LINAC-BOOST was ...


Artificial Intelligence In The Radiomic Analysis Of Glioblastomas: A Review, Taxonomy, And Perspective, Ming Zhu, Sijia Li, Yu Kuang, Virigina B. Hill, Amy B. Heimberger, Lijie Zhai, Shenjie Zhai 2022 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Artificial Intelligence In The Radiomic Analysis Of Glioblastomas: A Review, Taxonomy, And Perspective, Ming Zhu, Sijia Li, Yu Kuang, Virigina B. Hill, Amy B. Heimberger, Lijie Zhai, Shenjie Zhai

Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications

Radiological imaging techniques, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography (PET), are the standard-of-care non-invasive diagnostic approaches widely applied in neuro-oncology. Unfortunately, accurate interpretation of radiological imaging data is constantly challenged by the indistinguishable radiological image features shared by different pathological changes associated with tumor progression and/or various therapeutic interventions. In recent years, machine learning (ML)-based artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been widely applied in medical image processing and bioinformatics due to its advantages in implicit image feature extraction and integrative data analysis. Despite its recent rapid development, ML technology still faces many hurdles for its ...


Development Of Advanced Mr-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy Methods For Head & Neck Cancers On The 1.5t Mr-Linac, Brigid McDonald 2022 The Texas Medical Center Library

Development Of Advanced Mr-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy Methods For Head & Neck Cancers On The 1.5t Mr-Linac, Brigid Mcdonald

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Dissertations and Theses (Open Access)

The 1.5T hybrid MRI/linear accelerator (MR-linac) has recently been introduced into clinical practice and used for the treatment of head and neck cancers (HNC). This device enables on-line adaptive radiation therapy (ART) based on anatomical changes throughout treatment and variations in patient position. This novel technology also has the potential for advanced ART strategies such as dose-optimized ART, in which the treatment plan is optimized based on the accumulated dose over previous fractions, or biological image-guided ART, in which the plan is adapted based on individual tumor response as measured through quantitative imaging techniques such as diffusion-weighted imaging ...


Gaps In Patient Education On Safe Handling And Disposal Of Oral Chemotherapy Drugs: A Pilot Prospective Cohort Survey Study, Sun Yang, Priya Patel, Alexandra Corcoran, Eric Dobberpuhl, Samantha Isidro, Dustin Le, Analise Klassen, Jay Rho, David Tran, Richard Beuttler, Neda Noori Nassr, Katherine Gruenberg, Siu-Fun Wong 2022 Chapman University

Gaps In Patient Education On Safe Handling And Disposal Of Oral Chemotherapy Drugs: A Pilot Prospective Cohort Survey Study, Sun Yang, Priya Patel, Alexandra Corcoran, Eric Dobberpuhl, Samantha Isidro, Dustin Le, Analise Klassen, Jay Rho, David Tran, Richard Beuttler, Neda Noori Nassr, Katherine Gruenberg, Siu-Fun Wong

Pharmacy Faculty Articles and Research

Background

Oral anticancer chemotherapy (OC) has been misperceived as being safer than intravenous chemotherapy, leading to its increased risk of improper handling and disposal. This survey study assessed the knowledge, practices and attitudes of pharmacists and patients regarding OC handling and disposal, gaps in knowledge and barriers to patient education. Methods

Surveys were developed based on literature review and pilot study validation results. Patients completed a 33-item paper or electronic survey whereas pharmacists completed a 38-item electronic survey. Descriptive statistics and Fisher’s exact test computed using the R Project were used for analyses. Results

Pharmacist group (16/25, 62 ...


Defining The Cooperation Between Mhc-I And Mhc-Ii Neoantigen-Driven T Cell Responses To Develop Effective Personalized Immunotherapies, Charmelle Williams 2022 The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Defining The Cooperation Between Mhc-I And Mhc-Ii Neoantigen-Driven T Cell Responses To Develop Effective Personalized Immunotherapies, Charmelle Williams

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Dissertations and Theses (Open Access)

Immune checkpoint therapy (ICT) (e.g. anti-CTLA-4 (α-CTLA-4), anti-PD-1 (α-PD-1)) enables durable T cell-dependent anti-tumor immunity in certain cancer patients. Since a subset of patients respond to ICT, this work aims at developing a more in-depth understanding of T-cell responses to MHC class I (MHC-I) and MHC class II (MHC-II) tumor antigens that are derived from aberrant expression of non-mutant antigens or driver and passenger somatic alterations that can function as tumor neoantigens. We used a poorly immunogenic Brafv600e Pten-/- Cdkn2a-/- YUMM1.7 (Y1.7) murine melanoma line with a paucity of endogenous neoantigens that is unresponsive to ICT ...


The Role Of The Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 2 In Pancreatic Cancer: Mechanisms Of Tumor Immunosuppression And Intestinal Radioprotection, Carolina Garcia Garcia 2022 The Texas Medical Center Library

The Role Of The Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 2 In Pancreatic Cancer: Mechanisms Of Tumor Immunosuppression And Intestinal Radioprotection, Carolina Garcia Garcia

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Dissertations and Theses (Open Access)

Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is a devastating disease with dismal prognosis. The only curative option for patients is surgery, but over 80% of patients are not surgical candidates. Unfortunately, PDAC is resistant to the three remaining options. PDAC is characterized by a profoundly hypoxic and immunosuppressive stroma, which contributes to its therapeutic recalcitrance. Alpha-smooth muscle actin+ (αSMA+) cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) are the most abundant stromal component, as well as mediators of stromal deposition. The hypoxia-inducible factors (HIF1 and HIF2) coordinate responses to hypoxia, yet, despite their known association to poor patient outcomes, their functions within the PDAC tumor microenvironment (TME ...


Determinants Of Blood Acylcarnitine Concentrations In Healthy Individuals Of The European Prospective Investigation Into Cancer And Nutrition, Roland Wedekind, Joseph A. Rothwell, Vivian Viallon, Pekka Keski-Rahkonen, Julie A. Schmidt, Veronique Chajes, Vna Katzke, Theron Johnson, Maria Santucci de Magistris, Vittorio Krogh, Pilar Amiano, Carlotta Sacerdote, Daniel Redondo-Sánchez, José María Huerta, Anne Tjønneland, Pratik Pokharel, Paula Jakszyn, Rosario Tumino, Eva Ardanaz, Torkjel M. Sandanger, Anna Winkvist, Johan Hultdin, Matthias B. Schulze, Elisabete Weiderpass, Marc J. Gunter, Inge Huybrechts 2022 Edith Cowan University

Determinants Of Blood Acylcarnitine Concentrations In Healthy Individuals Of The European Prospective Investigation Into Cancer And Nutrition, Roland Wedekind, Joseph A. Rothwell, Vivian Viallon, Pekka Keski-Rahkonen, Julie A. Schmidt, Veronique Chajes, Vna Katzke, Theron Johnson, Maria Santucci De Magistris, Vittorio Krogh, Pilar Amiano, Carlotta Sacerdote, Daniel Redondo-Sánchez, José María Huerta, Anne Tjønneland, Pratik Pokharel, Paula Jakszyn, Rosario Tumino, Eva Ardanaz, Torkjel M. Sandanger, Anna Winkvist, Johan Hultdin, Matthias B. Schulze, Elisabete Weiderpass, Marc J. Gunter, Inge Huybrechts

Research outputs 2022 to 2026

Background & aims: Circulating levels of acylcarnitines (ACs) have been associated with the risk of various diseases such as cancer and type 2 diabetes. Diet and lifestyle factors have been shown to influence AC concentrations but a better understanding of their biological, lifestyle and metabolic determinants is needed. Methods: Circulating ACs were measured in blood by targeted (15 ACs) and untargeted metabolomics (50 ACs) in 7770 and 395 healthy participants of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC), respectively. Associations with biological and lifestyle characteristics, dietary patterns, self-reported intake of individual foods, estimated intake of carnitine and fatty acids ...


Does Acute Pancreatitis Herald Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma? A Multicenter Electronic Health Research Network Study., Ritu R. Singh, Alison P Klein, Neil Sharma MD, Eileen M O'Reilly 2022 Parkview Health

Does Acute Pancreatitis Herald Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma? A Multicenter Electronic Health Research Network Study., Ritu R. Singh, Alison P Klein, Neil Sharma Md, Eileen M O'Reilly

PCI Publications and Projects

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: High mortality in pancreas ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is related to delayed diagnosis and lack of cost-effective early detection strategies. Retrospective studies have demonstrated an association between PDAC and acute pancreatitis (AP). Herein, we explore the incidence of PDAC in patients with non-biliary and non-alcoholic AP.

METHODS: A population-based, retrospective cohort study was conducted utilizing TriNetX (Cambridge, MA). Patients ≥40 years with AP (ICD-10-CM code: K85) and without biliary AP (K85.1), alcohol-induced AP (K85.2) or chronic pancreatitis (K86.0, K86.1), were identified. The primary outcome was incidence of PDAC (C25) in patients at defined intervals ...


A Dosimetric Evaluation Of Skin Dose In Post Mastectomy Radiation Therapy: A Comparison Of Static Field Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy And Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy, Dusti M. Henion 2022 Grand Valley State University

A Dosimetric Evaluation Of Skin Dose In Post Mastectomy Radiation Therapy: A Comparison Of Static Field Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy And Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy, Dusti M. Henion

Culminating Experience Projects

Introduction

Post mastectomy radiation therapy can cause significant skin reaction for patients treated with bolus. The elimination of bolus as a standard practice for this treatment has been suggested in recent literature. Additionally, volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) may deliver a comparable plan with the benefit of reducing treatment times for this population compared to static field intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT).

Methods

This study is a retrospective dosimetric analysis of ten right-sided postmastectomy radiation therapy patients. The subjects had previously completed a course of radiation therapy consisting of static field IMRT with the use of bolus every other day ...


Real-World Use Of Tisagenlecleucel In Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia., Amy Moskop, Lauren Pommert, Christina Baggott, Snehit Prabhu, Holly L. Pacenta, Christine L. Phillips, Jenna Rossoff, Heather E. Stefanski, Julie-An Talano, Steve P. Margossian, Michael R. Verneris, Douglas Myers, Nicole A. Karras, Patrick A. Brown, Muna Qayed, Michelle L. Hermiston, Prakash Satwani, Christa Krupski, Amy K. Keating, Rachel Wilcox, Cara A. Rabik, Vanessa A. Fabrizio, Vasant Chinnabhandar, A Yasemin Goksenin, Kevin J. Curran, Crystal L. Mackall, Theodore W. Laetsch, Erin M. Guest, Erin H. Breese, Liora M. Schultz 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital

Real-World Use Of Tisagenlecleucel In Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia., Amy Moskop, Lauren Pommert, Christina Baggott, Snehit Prabhu, Holly L. Pacenta, Christine L. Phillips, Jenna Rossoff, Heather E. Stefanski, Julie-An Talano, Steve P. Margossian, Michael R. Verneris, Douglas Myers, Nicole A. Karras, Patrick A. Brown, Muna Qayed, Michelle L. Hermiston, Prakash Satwani, Christa Krupski, Amy K. Keating, Rachel Wilcox, Cara A. Rabik, Vanessa A. Fabrizio, Vasant Chinnabhandar, A Yasemin Goksenin, Kevin J. Curran, Crystal L. Mackall, Theodore W. Laetsch, Erin M. Guest, Erin H. Breese, Liora M. Schultz

Manuscripts, Articles, Book Chapters and Other Papers

Infants with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (B-ALL) have poor outcomes because of chemotherapy resistance leading to high relapse rates. Tisagenlecleucel, a CD19-directed chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CART) therapy, is US Food and Drug Administration approved for relapsed or refractory B-ALL in patients ≤25 years; however, the safety and efficacy of this therapy in young patients is largely unknown because children(n = 14). Sixty-four percent of patients (n = 9) achieved minimal residual disease-negative remission after CART and 50% of patients remain in remission at last follow-up. All patients with high disease burden at time of CART infusion (>M1 marrow) were refractory ...


Radiation Therapy For Older Women With Early Breast Cancer: An Unnecessary Hardship, Lauren E. Shawver 2022 Wayne State University

Radiation Therapy For Older Women With Early Breast Cancer: An Unnecessary Hardship, Lauren E. Shawver

Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates

A clinical decision report appraising:

Kunkler IH, Williams LJ, Jack WJ, Cameron DA, Dixon JM; PRIME II investigators. Breast-conserving surgery with or without irradiation in women aged 65 years or older with early breast cancer (PRIME II): a randomised controlled trial [published correction appears in Lancet Oncol. 2015 Mar;16(3):e105]. Lancet Oncol. 2015;16(3):266-273. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1470-2045(14)71221-5

for an older patient seeking treatment for Stage 1 Ductal Breast Carcinoma


Anticancer Effects And Mechanisms Of Cfi-400945 And Radiation In Breast Cancer, Sierra M. Pellizzari 2022 The University of Western Ontario

Anticancer Effects And Mechanisms Of Cfi-400945 And Radiation In Breast Cancer, Sierra M. Pellizzari

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Breast cancer is a leading cause of death in women and development of new treatments is essential. Polo-like Kinase 4 (PLK4) controls centriole duplication and its inhibition by CFI-400945 induces genomic instability and aneuploidy. Radiation therapy (RT) also induces aneuploidy leading to cell death, although development of radioresistance is common. We hypothesized that CFI-400945 and RT act synergistically in breast cancer. Colony formation assays identified synergistic anticancer effects of CFI-400945 and RT, with combinatorial effects also observed for RT with either siRNA inhibition of PLK4 or with the PLK4 inhibitor Centrinone B. This suggests that the antiproliferative effect of these ...


Understanding The Role Of Sex On Outcomes For The Cancer Patient Undergoing Treatment With Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors: A Scoping Review Protocol, Amy L Shaver, Nikita Nikita, Swapnil Sharma, Daniel S Lefler, Atrayee Basu-Mallick, Jennifer M Johnson, Meghan L Butryn, Grace Lu-Yao 2022 Thomas Jefferson University

Understanding The Role Of Sex On Outcomes For The Cancer Patient Undergoing Treatment With Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors: A Scoping Review Protocol, Amy L Shaver, Nikita Nikita, Swapnil Sharma, Daniel S Lefler, Atrayee Basu-Mallick, Jennifer M Johnson, Meghan L Butryn, Grace Lu-Yao

Department of Medical Oncology Faculty Papers

INTRODUCTION: Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) have changed the treatment landscape for multiple cancer types. Sex plays an important role in both the development of cancer as well as the functioning of the immune system. Though a difference in response to immune therapy is emerging between men and women it is unclear how this difference affects cancer outcomes and what the potential underlying mechanisms are for those effects. The objective of this study is to describe the influence that sex has on the outcomes experienced by cancer patients on ICI therapy and to identify and analyse any knowledge gaps in the ...


Racial Difference In Bmi And Lung Cancer Diagnosis: Analysis Of The National Lung Screening Trial, Joy Zhao, Julie Barta, Russell K. McIntire, Christine S. Shusted, Charnita Zeigler-Johnson, Hee-Soon Juon 2022 Thomas Jefferson University

Racial Difference In Bmi And Lung Cancer Diagnosis: Analysis Of The National Lung Screening Trial, Joy Zhao, Julie Barta, Russell K. Mcintire, Christine S. Shusted, Charnita Zeigler-Johnson, Hee-Soon Juon

Department of Medical Oncology Faculty Papers

Background: The inverse relationship between BMI and lung cancer diagnosis is well defined. However, few studies have examined the racial differences in these relationships. The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationships amongst race, BMI, and lung cancer diagnosis using the National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) data.

Methods: Multivariate regression analysis was used to analyze the BMI, race, and lung cancer diagnosis relationships.

Results: Among 53,452 participants in the NLST cohort, 3.9% were diagnosed with lung cancer, 43% were overweight, and 28% were obese. BMI was inversely related to lung cancer diagnosis among Whites: those overweight ...


Real-World Third Covid-19 Vaccine Dosing And Antibody Response In Patients With Hematologic Malignancies, Michael A. Thompson, Sigrun Hallmeyer, Veronica E. Fitzpatrick, Yunqi Liao, Michael P. Mullane, Stephen C. Medlin, Kenneth Copeland, James L. Weese 2022 Aurora Cancer Care, Advocate Aurora Health

Real-World Third Covid-19 Vaccine Dosing And Antibody Response In Patients With Hematologic Malignancies, Michael A. Thompson, Sigrun Hallmeyer, Veronica E. Fitzpatrick, Yunqi Liao, Michael P. Mullane, Stephen C. Medlin, Kenneth Copeland, James L. Weese

Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews

Purpose: This study sought to describe the changes in immune response to a third dose of either Pfizer’s or Moderna’s COVID-19 mRNA vaccine (3V) among patients with hematologic malignancies, as well as associated characteristics

Methods: This retrospective cohort study analyzed pre-3V and post-3V data on 493 patients diagnosed with hematologic malignancies across a large Midwestern health system between August 28, 2021, and November 1, 2021. For antibody testing, S1 spike antigen of the SARS-CoV-2 virus titer was used to determine serostatus.

Results: Among 493 participants, 274 (55.6%) were seropositive both pre- and post-3V (+/+) while 115 (23.3 ...


Cardiac Metastasis After Curative Treatment Of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Risk Factors, Treatment Options, And Prognosis, Gaurav Jain, Mathew Otto, Mubeen Khan Mohammed Abdul, Manpreet Chadha, Ajay Sahajpal 2022 Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center Abdominal Transplant Program, Advocate Aurora Health

Cardiac Metastasis After Curative Treatment Of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Risk Factors, Treatment Options, And Prognosis, Gaurav Jain, Mathew Otto, Mubeen Khan Mohammed Abdul, Manpreet Chadha, Ajay Sahajpal

Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is primary hepatic malignancy with a high incidence of recurrence. The risk of recurrence directly correlates to patient’s overall prognosis. Management of advanced HCC involves a combination of surgical resection, locoregional therapy, and systemic treatment. Distant metastases are rare, and intraventricular cardiac metastases are even more infrequent. This brief review details an illustrative case of cardiac metastasis after curative treatment of primary HCC and then summarizes the literature on risk factors, treatment options, and patient prognosis in the setting of distant metastases from HCC. Prognosis of metastasis to the heart is generally poor, and available evidence ...


Predictive Factors And Outcomes For Ibrutinib In Relapsed/Refractory Marginal Zone Lymphoma: A Multicenter Cohort Study, Narendranath Epperla, Qiuhong Zhao, Sayan Mullick Chowdhury, Lauren Shea, Tamara K Moyo, Nishitha Reddy, Julia Sheets, David M Weiner, Praveen Ramakrishnan Geethakumari, Malathi Kandarpa, Ximena Jordan Bruno, Colin Thomas, Michael C Churnetski, Andrew Hsu, Luke Zurbriggen, Cherie Tan, Kathryn Lindsey, Joseph Maakaron, Paolo F Caimi, Pallawi Torka, Celeste Bello, Sabarish Ayyappan, Reem Karmali, Seo-Hyun Kim, Anna Kress, Shalin Kothari, Yazeed Sawalha, Beth Christian, Kevin A David, Irl Brian Greenwell, Murali Janakiram, Vaishalee P Kenkre, Adam J Olszewski, Jonathon B Cohen, Neil D. Palmisiano, Elvira Umyarova, Ryan A Wilcox, Farrukh T Awan, Juan Pablo Alderuccio, Stefan K Barta, Natalie S Grover, Nilanjan Ghosh, Nancy L Bartlett, Alex F Herrera, Geoffrey Shouse 2022 The Ohio State University

Predictive Factors And Outcomes For Ibrutinib In Relapsed/Refractory Marginal Zone Lymphoma: A Multicenter Cohort Study, Narendranath Epperla, Qiuhong Zhao, Sayan Mullick Chowdhury, Lauren Shea, Tamara K Moyo, Nishitha Reddy, Julia Sheets, David M Weiner, Praveen Ramakrishnan Geethakumari, Malathi Kandarpa, Ximena Jordan Bruno, Colin Thomas, Michael C Churnetski, Andrew Hsu, Luke Zurbriggen, Cherie Tan, Kathryn Lindsey, Joseph Maakaron, Paolo F Caimi, Pallawi Torka, Celeste Bello, Sabarish Ayyappan, Reem Karmali, Seo-Hyun Kim, Anna Kress, Shalin Kothari, Yazeed Sawalha, Beth Christian, Kevin A David, Irl Brian Greenwell, Murali Janakiram, Vaishalee P Kenkre, Adam J Olszewski, Jonathon B Cohen, Neil D. Palmisiano, Elvira Umyarova, Ryan A Wilcox, Farrukh T Awan, Juan Pablo Alderuccio, Stefan K Barta, Natalie S Grover, Nilanjan Ghosh, Nancy L Bartlett, Alex F Herrera, Geoffrey Shouse

Department of Medicine Faculty Papers

Ibrutinib is effective in the treatment of relapsed/refractory (R/R) marginal zone lymphoma (MZL) with an overall response rate (ORR) of 48%. However, factors associated with response (or lack thereof) to ibrutinib in R/R MZL in clinical practice are largely unknown. To answer this question, we performed a multicenter (25 US centers) cohort study and divided the study population into three groups: "ibrutinib responders"-patients who achieved complete or partial response (CR/PR) to ibrutinib; "stable disease (SD)"; and "primary progressors (PP)"-patients with progression of disease as their best response to ibrutinib. One hundred and nineteen patients ...


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