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MDOUTLOOK(R) Quick Polls Report on Clinical Integration of Key Oncology Developments Following ASCO 2009
Date:6/24/2009

is therapy in their treatment
  • Substantial amount of enthusiasm surrounds the new information on the use of maintenance therapy for advanced NSCLC presented at ASCO. This will result in an estimated 40% increase in use of maintenance therapy
  • Pemetrexed appears the top choice.

  • Advanced stage Melanoma:

    • Ulceration status of the primary lesion will become key differential factor driving the use of PEG-IFN-alpha-2b. This is a change from current practice
    • High level of excitement around the BRAF inhibitor PLX4032, leading to strong interest in clinical trial participation
    • Malignant melanoma is entering the "age of targeted therapies" through the use of screening for BRAF and KIT mutations, driving the selection of appropriate therapies.

    Members of the MDOUTLOOK Strategy Council reflected that these results "validate the expected change in physician decision-making" and that "it will be interesting to follow-up on a regular basis to track these changes". Jan Heybroek, President of The Arcas Group, LLC, which powers MDOUTLOOK commented: "These Quick Polls perfectly demonstrate the ability of MDOUTLOOK to quickly and in a targeted manner capture the view of the clinician, and turn this into actionable intelligence."

    Full copies of the MDOUTLOOK Quick Poll results can be requested.

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    MDOUTLOOK has been developed with a singular focus: improved understanding of complex disease areas leading to better patient care. The program is guided by globally recognized experts, such as Chandra Belani, MD; Alexander Eggermont, MD; Keith Flaherty, MD; Axel Hauschild, MD; Peter Heald, MD; John Kirkwood, MD; Lauren Pinter-Brown, MD; Giorgio Scagliotti, MD, PhD; Orlando Silva, MD, JD; and Nicholas Thatcher, MD.

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