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Long-term results from the ATTRACTION-3 trial show nivolumab improves survival over chemotherapy for patients with advanced esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
The FDA has approved pralsetinib for the treatment of adult and pediatric patients with RET-mutated thyroid cancer.
Findings from a cohort study suggest that patients with HNSCC who take NSAIDs during chemoradiation may achieve an OS advantage.
True or False: Recent findings suggest that lenvatinib is a potential treatment option for patients with previously treated advanced or metastatic thymic carcinoma.
Study findings show that combining pembrolizumab with weekly cisplatin-based chemoradiotherapy is safe for patients with locally advanced HNSCC.
Lenvatinib demonstrated activity and manageable safety in patients with advanced thymic carcinoma, study findings show.
In a study of patients with relapsed or refractory neuroblastoma, combo therapy with irinotecan, temozolomide, dintuximab, and GM-CSF yielded significant antitumor activity.
Spartalizumab showed promising clinical activity and a good safety profile in patients with aggressive anaplastic thyroid carcinoma, according to phase 1/2 study findings.

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Long-term results from the ATTRACTION-3 trial show nivolumab improves survival over chemotherapy for patients with advanced esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
The FDA has approved pralsetinib for the treatment of adult and pediatric patients with RET-mutated thyroid cancer.
Findings from a cohort study suggest that patients with HNSCC who take NSAIDs during chemoradiation may achieve an OS advantage.
Study findings show that combining pembrolizumab with weekly cisplatin-based chemoradiotherapy is safe for patients with locally advanced HNSCC.

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True or False: Recent findings suggest that lenvatinib is a potential treatment option for patients with previously treated advanced or metastatic thymic carcinoma.
True or False: Late-line bemarituzumab has been shown to be active and well-tolerated in patients with advanced FGFR2b-overexpressing gastric and GEA.
True or False: Acupuncture may prevent radiation-induced xerostomia in patients with head and neck cancer.
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