Profile Response Detail

Molecular Profile ERBB2 negative
Therapy Exemestane + Seribantumab
Indication/Tumor Type Her2-receptor negative breast cancer
Response Type predicted - sensitive
Create By tyin
Update By djd

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Molecular Profile Indication/Tumor Type Response Type Therapy Name Approval Status Evidence Type Efficacy Evidence References
ERBB2 negative Her2-receptor negative breast cancer predicted - sensitive Exemestane + Seribantumab Phase II Actionable In a Phase II trial, Seribantumab (MM-12) and Aromasin (exemestane) combination treatment resulted in a 74% decrease in risk of progression (HR 0.26) and a a 59% decrease in risk of death (HR 0.436) compared to exemestane alone in ERBB2-negative, hormone receptor positive breast cancer patients (AACR Precision Medicine Series: Targeting the Vulnerabilities of Cancer, May 2016, Abstract # A14). detail...
PubMed Id Reference Title Details
Identification of heregulin expression as a driver of a difficult-to-treat cancer phenotype and development of a prospective companion diagnostic for the heregulin-ErbB3 targeting drug seribantumab Full reference...