Lung Cancer Content
Targeting IL-1β in NSCLC: What does the future hold?
Watch a panel of experts discuss immunotherapy for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and the possible future role of interleukin-1β (IL-1β) blockade.
- Discuss the use of checkpoint inhibitors as immunotherapy for NSCLC and recognize their limitations
- Recall the rationale for targeting IL-1β in cancer immunotherapy and the IL-1β-targeted agents currently in clinical development for solid tumours
- Describe the clinical trials and data for IL-1β-targeting agents in NSCLC and consider how they may be used in clinical practice if approved
New frontiers in NSCLC immunotherapy
Watch leading non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) experts discuss immunotherapy and the emerging approaches targeting interleukin-1 (IL-1).
- Recognize the remaining challenges in terms of long-term survival for patients with NSCLC despite the availability of checkpoint inhibitors
- Describe the tumour immune cycle and the therapeutic opportunities it may provide
- Discuss the potential for reduction in cancer morbidity and mortality with IL-1-targeted agents and its implication for early treatment of NSCLC
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