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MO24 - NSCLC - Chemotherapy III (ID 110)
- Event: WCLC 2013
- Type: Mini Oral Abstract Session
- Track: Medical Oncology
- Presentations: 1
MO24.08 - Survival outcomes among NSCLC patients in Europe receiving platinum-based therapies as first-line treatment: results from the FRAME observational study (ID 1944)
10:30 - 12:00 | Author(s): R. Villatoro
FRAME was a European non-interventional prospective observational study of patients with advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) initiating platinum-based therapies as first-line treatment (FLT).
Patients were enrolled between April 2009 and February 2011. Consenting adult NSCLC (Stage III/IV) patients initiating FLT with a platinum-based doublet chemotherapy, with or without an additional targeted agent, were eligible for the study. The choice of FLT was left to physician discretion, as per routine clinical practice. The primary objective of FRAME was to evaluate overall survival (OS) among different platinum-based treatment cohorts in patients with and without additional targeted therapy. Secondary objectives included the evaluation of OS in patients with different histological subtypes of NSCLC. Survival outcomes were assessed using Kaplan-Meier analysis, and unadjusted estimates are presented.
A total of 1564 eligible patients from 11 EU countries were observed. Patient cohorts were: pemetrexed + platinum, gemcitabine + platinum, vinorelbine + platinum, taxanes + platinum and other therapy + platinum. Table 1 shows a subset of baseline patient characteristics, which varied across several parameters in the treatment cohorts, including age, performance status (PS), stage and histology. The median OS across the 4 main treatment cohorts was 10.3 months (95% CI: 9.5-11.2). A subset of overall survival estimates in the different treatment cohorts is shown in Table 1.
Table 1. Select baseline patient characteristics and overall survival[a]A fifth cohort, the ‘other’ + platinum cohort contained a small number of subjects (n=40) and it was not included in the analyses presented here [b]Cisplatin is the platinum agent in the EMA approved prescription drug label
Baseline Patient Characteristics Overall Survival Estimates (unadjusted) Treatment Cohort[a] Age ≥70 Years (%) ECOG PS of 2/3 (%) Stage IV (%) Non-squamous Histology (%) All patients Median OS in Months (95% CI) Non-squamous Median OS in Months (95% CI) Non-squamous Cisplatin[b] Median OS in Months (95% CI) Pemetrexed + Platinum[b ](n=569) 23 18 86 97 10.7 (9.4-12.3) [n=569] 10.6 (9.4-12.0) [n=553] 11.6 (9.9-13.8) [n=374] Gemcitabine + Platinum[b] (n=360) 35 11 74 56 10.0 (8.4-11.8) [n=360] 8.4 (7.0-10.6) [n=201] 8.4 (6.7-10.8) [n=107] Taxanes + Platinum[b ](n=295) 36 23 75 64 9.1 (8.0-11.3) [n=295] 8.1 (7.4-10.1) [n=189] 9.6 (7.1-14.1) [n=44] Vinorelbine + Platinum[b] (n=300) 28 15 67 53 10.7 (8.9-12.8) [n=300] 10.1 (8.0-13.1) [n=160] 9.9 (7.2-13.4) [n=91]
This observational study of first-line treatment for advanced NSCLC provides data describing patients and their survival outcomes in a real-world European practice setting between 2009 and 2012.
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