Seeking men and women who have been diagnosed since January 1, 2020, with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer and have been or will be treated with immunotherapy, chemotherapy or a combination of the two for a study to develop a tool to help guide treatment decisions.
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Seeking men and women who have had a lung nodule detected during imaging for collection of nasal swab and blood samples.
Seeking adults who underwent lung cancer screening within the past three years to complete a survey and interview about this process in order to develop a telehealth intervention and improve adherence to screening follow-up.
Study Of An Investigational Drug And Standard Chemoradiation Therapy For Locally Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Seeking men and women whose locally-advanced stage III Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) can not be treated with surgery for a study of adding an investigational drug to the standard chemoradiation therapy.
Seeking men and women whose non-small cell lung cancer has spread or stopped responding to treatment and whose cancer has been tested and found to have a specific mutation in the KRAS gene known as KRAS (G12C) for a study of an investigational drug for targeted treatment against the KRAS (G12C) mutation.
Study Of An Investigational Drug Combination For Initial Treatment For Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Seeking men and women whose non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) has spread outside the lungs, and has a change in the gene called EGFR (epidermal growth factor receptor) and has not yet been treated for a study of an investigational drug combination.
Study Of Immunotherapy Alone Or In Combination With Chemotherapy For Advanced Nonsquamous Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer patients whose cancer has been tested to be PD-L1 positive (a kind of tumor marker) sought for study comparing two usual approaches to treatment.
Seeking adults with non-small cell lung cancer for a study comparing immunotherapy to targeted therapy based on tumor characteristics
Seeking adult men & women whose tumor cells have a change in a gene called ALK that causes the cells to grow and spread.