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Lung trials now recruiting patients

Our lung cancer trials are focused on the benefits and side effects of radiotherapy.

TROG 16.03 (CORE) - this study aims to show that the addition of SBRT (stereotactic body radiotherapy) to standard of care improves progression free survival for patients with extra-cranial oligiometastatic disease that has spread from their lung, breast and/or prostate cancer

Primary sponsor: Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)
Collaborating groups: TROG

TROG 16.01 (NIVORAD) - A randomised phase II trial of nivolumab and stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy in advanced non-small cell lung cancer, progressing after first or second line chemotherapy.

Primary sponsor: The University of Sydney
Collaborating groups: ALTG and TROG

TROG 13.01 (SAFRON II) - the aim of this study is to see if stereotactic body radiotherapy has an ‘acceptable’ level of side effects, and will also examine quality of life, cost effectiveness and resource use.

Primary sponsor: TROG
Collaborating group: Australasian Lung Cancer Trials Group

TROG 11.03 (P_LUNG) - this study investigates whether adding chemotherapy to a short course of radiotherapy results in a greater improvement in symptoms and overall wellbeing compared with using a short course of radiotherapy alone in patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC).

Primary sponsor: TROG


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