There’s a lot going on in lung cancer right now, which is pretty amazing when you consider only a couple of years ago we were still talking only chemotherapies and EGFR inhibitors.

Much of the new attention has been on the EML4-ALK translocation, the T790M mutation responsible for EGFR resistance as well as the possibility of improved survival with either MET or MEK inhibition. There are others, but these are the main ones that jump to mind.

Today, I want to focus on ALK+ lung cancer and what’s in store at ECCO at the weekend.

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