About 50% of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients have metastatic disease at initial diagnosis, which limits their treatment options and, consequently, the 5-year survival rate (15%). Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI), either alone or in combination with chemotherapy, have become standard of care (SOC) for most good performance status patients. However, most patients will not obtain long-term benefit and new treatment strategies are therefore needed. We previously demonstrated clinical safety of the tumour-selective immunocytokine L19-IL2, consisting of the anti-ED-B scFv L19 antibody coupled to IL2, combined with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR).
Authors : Relinde I. Y. Lieverse, Evert J. Van Limbergen, Cary J. G. Oberije, Esther G. C. Troost, Sine R. Hadrup, Anne-Marie C. Dingemans, Lizza E. L. Hendriks, Franziska Eckert, Crispin Hiley, Christophe Dooms, Yolande Lievens, Monique C. de Jong, Johan Bussink, Xavier Geets, Vincenzo Valentini, Giuliano Elia, Dario Neri, Charlotte Billiet, Amir Abdollahi, David Pasquier, Pierre Boisselier, Ala Yaromina, Dirk De Ruysscher, Ludwig J. Dubois & Philippe Lambin