Where are we headed in the DDR niche?

The dog days of summer always seem to portend a mix of sunny days and stormy skies ahead…

In this latest report we cover important issues around homologous repair deficiency (HRD), new replication stress targets, as well as how both analysis and assays are being developed to meet the evolving needs of the field.

There is much nuance going on behind the scenes, which will be important to keep up to date with, including some tumour types not previously associated with DNA damage repair, something we highlight in this post.

These findings might have implications for future regimens and may explain some of the undetected mechanisms of resistance we are seeing in existing trials being presented at ESMO or the forthcoming Molecular Targets (TRIPLE) meeting.

There are also diagnostic developments to think about, not just therapeutic ones…

BSB subscribers can read more on our latest update regarding HRD and DDR inhibitors, plus our latest expert interview from ASCO – you can log-in or click to access the new content.

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