The Role of High-Dose IL-2 in mRCC today
High-dose interleukin-2 therapy is one of the few treatments for adults with metastatic renal cell cancer (mRCC) that can produce complete responses that are often durable for decades without further therapy.1-3 We interviewed leading experts about the current status of high-dose interleukin-2 therapy,1 when and how it should be considered,4 recent developments in checkpoint inhibitor therapy to treat mRCC,5,6 the findings from a recent analysis of the PROCLAIMSM registry into the efficacy of high-dose interleukin-2 therapy in favorable-risk mRCC patients,2,7 and the impact of these developments on the overall treatment paradigm.
- Understand the importance of clinical risk factors in the treatment and management of mRCC and be aware of the current NCCN recommendations.
- Appreciate the clinical benefits and safety profile, including risks, of high-dose interleukin-2 therapy and how these may guide treatment decisions dependent on clinical risk factors.
- Demonstrate an awareness of the results of the CheckMate 214 study, showing differing survival and clinical response outcomes in patients with mRCC receiving checkpoint inhibitor therapy dependent on disease risk category.
- Understand the latest results from the PROCLAIMSM database, showing consistent survival benefits with high-dose interleukin-2 therapy across favorable, intermediate and poor-risk mRCC patients.
- Appreciate how these recent findings might alter the treatment paradigm for mRCC.
Management of MS: Let’s Get Personal
Peer-to-peer, clinically relevant, evidence-based medical educational programs – such as this acadeMe Medical Education program – filmed at the 2019 acadeMe MS Annual Conference – Management of MS: Let’s Get Personal- are critically important in our efforts to address the unmet medical education needs of the healthcare professionals responsible for the care of patients with MS. The aim of this educational resource is to enable healthcare professionals to make better-informed diagnostic and treatment decisions, ultimately resulting in improved MS patient outcomes.
Dermatitis management and chlormethine gel: new key learning points
Watch this symposium discussing contact dermatitis management in MF-CTCL. Filmed during the 4th World Congress of Cutaneous Lymphomas on February 12, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.
- Understand current US clinical practice in the management of MF-CTCL
- Understand the optimal use of chlormethine gel in this treatment setting
- Manage contact dermatitis in MF-CTCL patients treated with chlormethine gel
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