2020 and Beyond: How Immunotherapy is Changing the Game in Bladder Cancer Management
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It is estimated that there are >81,000 new cases of metastatic urothelial bladder cancer (mUBC) in the U.S each year, resulting in more than 17,000 bladder cancer specific deaths. For more than three decades, systemic platinum-based chemotherapy has been the standard first-line treatment for patients with inoperable or advanced metastatic bladder cancer. Fortunately, mUBC has now been shown to be susceptible to immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs), with these agents demonstrating recognized and well tolerated safety profiles, especially in comparison to traditional platinum-based chemotherapy. Join Drs. Neal Shore, Ashish Kamat, and Noah Hahn for this on-demand online activity, as they discuss considerations for implementing immunotherapy into your bladder cancer management clinic.
This activity is presented by Creative Educational Concepts and Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network and supported by independent educational grants from AstraZeneca and Genentech.
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Urology community physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists.
- Review conventional therapies for mUBC currently employed in community urology practice.
- Explore FDA-approved immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) used in mUBC regarding mechanism of action, dosing, and applications for use.
Neal Shore, MD, FACS (Activity Chair)
Director, CPI, Carolina Urologic Research Center
Atlantic Urology Clinics
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Noah M. Hahn, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Department of Oncology and Urology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Ashish M. Kamat, MD, MBBS, FACS
Professor, Department of Urology
Division of Surgery
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Kirollos S. Hanna, PharmD, BCPS, BCOP–has disclosed that he is a consultant for Seattle Genetics and is a member of the speakers' bureau for Astellas, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Seattle Genetics.
Neal Shore, MD, FACS–has disclosed that he is a consultant and receives grant/research support from Abbvie, Amgen, AstraZeneca, Bayer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Color Genomics, Dendreon, Ferring, Genentech, Genomic Health, Genzyme, Innovia, Invitae, Janssen, Merck, Myriad, Nymox, Panacea, Pfizer, Roche, Sanofi, and Tolmar.
Noah M. Hahn, MD–has disclosed that he is a consultant for Genentech, Ciclomed, Incyte, Janssen, Merck, and Seattle Genetics. His institution receives grant/research support from AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Incyte, Inovio, Pieris, Principia, and Merck.
Ashish M. Kamat, MD, MBBS, FACS–has disclosed that he is a consultant for Arquer, Asieris, AstraZeneca, BioClin Therapeutics, BMS, Cepheid, Cold Genesys, Eisai, Ferring, FKD IBCG, Imaging, MDxHealth, Medac, Merck, Pfizer, Photocure, Roviant, Sessen, Bio Theralase, TMC Innovation, and US Biotest. Receives grant/research support from AIBCCR, BMS, FKD Industries, Merck, Photocure, SWOG/NIH, and SPORE.
Bishoy Morris Faltas, MD–has no financial relationships to disclose in relation to this activity.
Sami Larson, PharmD–has no financial relationships to disclose in relation to this activity.
Caroline Pratz, CRNP–has no financial relationships to disclose in relation to this activity.
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