Many of the questions we received from BSB readers this month was a plea from several folks to answer numerous queries about small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and the anti-DLL3 ADC, Rova-T, in particular.
Of course I’m happy to oblige, but this was way too big a topic for inclusion in Friday’s mailbag.
What makes a lot more sense here is a short two-part mini series where we look at the dismal landscape of the disease and then consider the red and green flags that arise from the Rova-T development.
With the interim results expected from the phase 2 TRINITY trial in 2H17, this is a timely moment to sit down and reflect on what to expect.
In the first part of the series, we walk through SCLC as a disease, including what is known and what to consider when contemplating a new therapy here.
In the second part tomorrow we will focus more specifically on Rova-T and what to watch out for.
So let’s rock and roll with a look at the SCLC landscape…