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Publication-only abstracts (abstract number preceded by an "e"), published in conjunction with the 2019 ASCO Annual Meeting but not presented at the Meeting, can be found online only.

Multicenter observational prospective study of nivolumab (Nivo) as 2+ line treatment in advanced refractory NSCLC pts: Clinical and quality of life outcomes.

Sub-category:
Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Category:
Lung Cancer—Non-Small Cell Metastatic

Meeting:
2019 ASCO Annual Meeting

Abstract No:
e20567

Citation:
J Clin Oncol 37, 2019 (suppl; abstr e20567)

Author(s): Rashida Orlova, Konstantin Laktionov, Larisa Bolotina, Valeriy Vladimirovich Breder, Anastasia Danilova, Elena Filippova, Anna Kornietskaya, Mikhail Kramchaninov, Eugenia Kushniruk, Dilorom Latipova, Evgeny Ledin, Anastasia Mochalova, Fedor Vladimirovich Moiseenko, Tatiana Nikitina, Sergey Orlov, Svetlana Protsenko, Ksenia Sarantseva, Daniil Stroyakovskiy, Anna Zinkovskaya, Tatyana Ionova; Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center, Moscow, Russian Federation; Р.A. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute – branch of National Medical Research Radiological Centre of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (RF), Moscow, Russian Federation; Russian Oncological Research Center, N.N. Blokhin of Ministry of Health, Moscow, Russian Federation; Moscow City Oncology Hospital №62 of Moscow Department of Health, Moscow, Russian Federation; R.M. Gorbacheva Memorial Institute of Children Hematology and Transplantation of Pavlov Saint-Petersburg State Medical University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; Saint-Petersburg Clinical Research Center of Specialized Types of Medical Care (Oncological), Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; City Clinical Oncology Dispensary, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; N.N.Petrov Research Institute of Oncology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; Clinic № 2 MEDSI, Moscow, Russian Federation; Multinational Center for Quality of Life Research, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation; N.N.Petrov Research Institute of Oncology, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation; Moscow City Oncology Hospital, Moscow, Russian Federation

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Abstract:

Background: We aimed to evaluate clinical and quality of life (QoL) outcomes of Nivo as 2+ line treatment in NSCLC pts within expanded access program and real world practice. Methods: Adult pts with advanced refractory NSCLC were enrolled in 11 centers in RF. All the pts received Nivo 3 mg/kg q2w. Tumor response was assessed using RECIST v. 1.1, adverse events (AEs) – NCI CTCAE v3.0. Patients filled out RAND SF-36 and ESAS-R at baseline, 1, 3, 6 and 12 mos after treatment start. Overall survival (OS) and progression-free survival (PFS) curves were evaluated by the Kaplan-Meyer method and compared by the log-rank test. GEE method was used for QoL analysis; χ2 test – for disease control rate (DCR) comparison. Results: The preliminary analysis was performed in the group of 200 pts with median follow-up 7.4 mos (65% – males; median age – 62 y.o.; ECOG 0-1 – 81%; former/current smokers – 70.5%; non squamous NSCLC – 64%; ≥2 lines of previous treatment – 53%, bone mts – 22%). DCR was revealed in 60.3% pts (108/179 pts, median first evaluation – 2.1 mos); 13 pts died before first response evaluation; 8 pts were not evaluated for response at cut-off. DCR was higher in squamous NSCLC (66%, squamous vs 51%, non squamous; χ2 = 4.0, p = .045). Median OS – 11.5 mos (95%CI 8.3–14.7), median PFS – 4.2 mos (95%CI 3.5–4.9). Patients with poor ECOG (ECOG 2-3 vs 0-1: median OS – 5.6 mos vs 12.4 mos, median PFS – 2.7 vs 4.2 mos) and those with bone mts (with mts vs without mts: median OS – 5.0 vs 12.5 mos, median PFS – 2.8 vs 4.1 mos) had worse survival; log-rank p < 0.05. QoL improved during 6 mos of treatment in more than 50% pts; average increase by 60% of mean Integral QoL Index (IQoLI) at different time-points was observed. Upon GEE, IQoLI improvement during 12 mos was revealed (p < .0001). The severity of fatigue and dyspnea, which had the highest burden at base-line, decreased during 6 mos of treatment in more than 50% and 30% pts, consequently. AEs were registered in 32.7% pts (median of Nivo treatment – 2 mos); among them 17 pts had grades 3-4 AEs; 5 pts – SAEs. Conclusions: Preliminary results of this study support the acceptable efficacy and safety of Nivo in NSCLC pts. Nivo treatment leads to meaningful QoL improvement and decrease of symptom burden in this patient population.

 
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