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MINI 05 - EGFR Mutant Lung Cancer 1 (ID 103)
- Event: WCLC 2015
- Type: Mini Oral
- Track: Treatment of Advanced Diseases - NSCLC
- Presentations: 1
- Moderators:Y. Yatabe, R. Perez-Soler
- Coordinates: 9/07/2015, 16:45 - 18:15, Mile High Ballroom 2a-3b
MINI05.03 - P53 Disruptive Mutation Is a Negative Predictive Factor in EGFR M+ NSCLC Treated with TKI (ID 903)
16:45 - 18:15 | Author(s): M. Falk
p53 mutations are common in lung cancer, and have also been described in EGFR mutated patients. The impact of p53 mutations in EGFR M+ patients is controversial, especially if classified as “disruptive” and “non-disruptive” according to their functional effect on the p53 protein as proposed by Poeta and colleagues. The aim of the study was therefore to systematically analyze EGFR and p53 mutations within a cohort of patients with lung cancer stage IV (UICC 7), to correlate alterations with clinical characteristics and to investigate a potential impact of p53 mutations on treatment outcome.
267 patients from a single center diagnosed with lung cancer stage IV were studied for the presence of EGFR as well as inactivating p53 mutations. Methods for the detection of EGFR mutations included Sanger Sequencing and hybridization based COBAS testing. P53 mutations were detected by Sanger Sequencing. Clinical characteristics including smoking status were available for all patients.
267 consecutive patients at the lung cancer center of the Pius-Hospital Oldenburg were studied. The overall EGFR mutation rate was 19% (51/267) in all patients, 80% (41/51) showing common mutations of exon 19 or 21. P53 disruptive mutation showed in 16% (8/51) and p53 nondisruptive mutation occurred in 11% (22/51) whereas p53 WT was found in 47% (24/51). In 8/51 (16%) patients p53 analysis was not successful. OS was 37 months in p53 disruptive mutation and p53 WT patients compared to 19 months in p53 nondisruptive mutation (p<0,05). PFS on 1st line TKI therapy was 18 months in p53 nondisruptive mutation and p53 WT patients and 6 months in p53 disruptive mutation (p<0,024). Similar results could be shown in the EGFR common mutation subgroup but not in the uncommon mutation subgroup.
Significant differences in PFS and OS in EGFR M+ patients were observed depending on p53 mutation status. P53 mutational status is only predictive when disruptive and non-disruptive P53 mutations are differentiated. P53 should be tested prospectively in EGFR M+ patients as management of patients on 1st line TKI may be different.
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