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Poster Display & Cocktail

36P - Eligibility and outcomes in phase I clinical trials testing targeted therapy, immunotherapy and combinations: A single-institution study


02 Mar 2020


Poster Display & Cocktail


Antonio Marra


Annals of Oncology (2020) 31 (suppl_1): S17-S18. 10.1016/annonc/annonc81


A. Marra, S. Morganti, G. Viale, P. Tarantino, D. Trapani, E. Ferraro, P. Zagami, M. Repetto, E. Nicolò, P. D'Amico, P. Trillo Aliaga, M.A. Massaro, C. Busacca, I. Minchella, C. Belli, M. Locatelli, L. Mazzarella, A. Esposito, C. Criscitiello, G. Curigliano

Author affiliations

  • Early Drug Development for Innovative Therapies Division, Istituto Europeo di Oncologia IRCCS, University of Milan, 20141 - Milan/IT


Abstract 36P

Phase I clinical trials are an essential step for the development of new anticancer treatments. Next-generation phase I trials investigating novel drugs led to consistent improvements in terms of response rates and survival of the enrolled pts. The aim of our study is to evaluate the outcomes of patients enrolled in phase I trials testing targeted therapies (TT), immunotherapy (IT), and combinations.

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