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|Authors||Goss GD, Felip E, Cobo M, Lu S, Syrigos K, Lee KH, Göker E, Georgoulias V, Li W, Guclu S, Isla D, Min YJ, Morabito A, Ardizzoni A, Gadgeel SM, Fülöp A, Bühnemann C, Gibson N, Krämer N, Solca F, Cseh A, Ehrnrooth E, Soria JC|
|Title||Association of ERBB Mutations With Clinical Outcomes of Afatinib- or Erlotinib-Treated Patients With Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Secondary Analysis of the LUX-Lung 8 Randomized Clinical Trial.|
|Date||2018 Jun 14|
|Abstract Text||Treatment choice for lung squamous cell carcinoma could be aided by identifying predictive biomarkers.To assess whether patient outcomes in the LUX-Lung 8 trial were associated with ERBB gene family member aberrations in tumor specimens.Ad hoc secondary analysis of the LUX-Lung 8 trial conducted at 183 centers in 23 countries from March 30, 2012, to January 30, 2014. Eligible patients had stage IIIB or IV lung squamous cell carcinoma with progressive disease after 4 or more cycles of platinum-based chemotherapy. Tumor genetic analysis (TGA) was performed using next-generation sequencing in a cohort enriched for patients with progression-free survival (PFS) of more than 2 months. Epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) expression levels were assessed by immunohistochemistry in a separate cohort of patients from the LUX-Lung 8 population. Associations of PFS and overall survival (OS) with ERBB gene alterations and EGFR expression levels were assessed. This analysis was conducted from February 26, 2015, to June 12, 2017.Patients were randomized 1:1 to treatment with afatinib dimaleate (40 mg/d; n = 398) or erlotinib hydrochloride (150 mg/d; n = 397).Overall survival, PFS, pooled and individual ERBB gene mutations, ERBB copy number alterations, and EGFR expression.Tumor specimens from 245 patients were eligible for next-generation sequencing (TGA subset: 132 patients treated with afatinib; 113 patients treated with erlotinib). In this population, outcomes were improved with afatinib vs erlotinib treatment (PFS: median, 3.5 vs 2.5 months; hazard ratio [HR], 0.69; 95% CI, 0.51-0.92; P = .01; OS: median, 8.4 vs 6.6 months; HR, 0.81; 95% CI, 0.62-1.05; P = .12). Of 245 patients in the TGA subset, 53 (21.6%) had tumors with 1 or more ERBB mutations. Among afatinib-treated patients, PFS (median, 4.9 vs 3.0 months; HR, 0.62; 95% CI, 0.37-1.02; P = .06) and OS (median, 10.6 vs 8.1 months; HR, 0.75; 95% CI, 0.47-1.17; P = .21) were longer among those with ERBB mutation-positive disease than among those without. The presence of HER2 mutations was associated with favorable PFS and OS following afatinib vs erlotinib treatment. There was no apparent association between copy number alteration or EGFR expression level and outcome.Next-generation sequencing may help identify patients with lung squamous cell carcinoma who would derive additional benefit from treatment with afatinib. The role of ERBB mutations, particularly HER2 mutations, as predictive biomarkers for afatinib treatment in this setting warrants further evaluation.ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01523587.|
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