Last updated on May 2020

Real World Evidence of Long-term Safety and Efficacy in Patients Treated With Durvalumab After Concurrent Chemoradiation for Unresectable Stage III NSCLC


Brief description of study

This observational study is designed to assess the long term safety of the durvalumab treatment period including subsequent treatment period and demonstrate the efficacy of patients treated with durvalumab following chemoradiation therapy in the real world.

Detailed Study Description

Study design: Prospective multi-center non-interventional cohort study Data Source(s): Medical records of patients who are treated with durvalumab following chemoradiation therapy Study Population: Patients prescribed and treated with durvalumab for unresectable stage III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) at first time following chemoradiation therapy and who provide written informed consent.

Exposure(s): durvalumab Outcome(s): Summary of pneumonitis and adverse event special interest (AESI), progression free survaival (PFS), overall survaival (OS), Reasons of discontinuation of durvalumab treatment, Details of subsequent treatments after durvalumab Sample Size Estimations: 500 patients Statistical Analysis: Only descriptive analysis and no formal test

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03995875

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