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The second is largely directed towards researchers and presents a brief history of the UCSC Cancer Genome Browser before surveying some of its many useful features. It is part of a specialized e-News series that will explore Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 array of the freely available web tools designed to visualize, analyze, and integrate various cancer genomics data. As highlighted in the e-News, OCG initiatives Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 the collaborators driving them are using genomics research to better define cancer at a molecular level, ultimately contributing to more effective clinical treatments.
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Sincethe COG has Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 tremendous advances in reducing pediatric cancer mortality through highly-collaborative translational and clinical research. Peter Adamson, to comment on the current status of pediatric cancer research and what COG is doing to build upon its successes over the last 50 years in childhood cancer cure rates.
Adamson currently heads a clinical pharmacology laboratory at CHOP that seeks to find new drugs for childhood cancers using pre-clinical and early-phase clinical trial research. Adamson received an M. Read his interview below. Can you describe the childhood cancer clinical trial process and how it compares to the adult cancer process?
What is distinctive about pediatric oncology is that the large majority of children with cancer participate in clinical research. Over 60 percent of children who are newly-diagnosed with cancer will enroll in a clinical trial, in contrast to only percent of newly-diagnosed adults. Pediatric oncology is a unique subspecialty where close partnerships with children and their families go hand-in-hand with clinical practice and research. Despite its widely collaborative approach to clinical trials research, the COG faces many specific challenges.
To begin, childhood cancers occur infrequently when compared to adult cancers, so they are considered to be rare tumors. Furthermore, the majority of childhood cancers are curable, leaving a small population of children with cancers that are resistant to treatment and who are appropriate for early phase clinical trials of novel agents. The low frequency of these particularly serious cancers makes studying them especially difficult, despite needing the greatest improvements in outcome.
Phase III trials are largely available to most newly-diagnosed patients. However, with few exceptions, Phase I and II trials primarily enlist children with relapsed or resistant cancers. The cooperative infrastructure of the COG allows us to maximize our ability to conduct these studies, but small cohorts remain a challenge. Additionally, drug companies develop novel drugs almost exclusively for adult rather than childhood cancers, which is an understandable market-based decision.
We get around this limitation by using adult clinical trials to inform the design of pediatric trials. Even though drugs behave differently in children than adults, we can learn from adult Phase I trials which new drugs have Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 most potential to be efficacious in treating childhood cancers as well. Of note, developing appropriate dosages for children of various sizes and stages of development is not a trivial task.
Growth and development of children have considerable impact on the clinical pharmacology of a drug, how we dose that drug and what interactions we might see. There are many shared challenges among pediatric and adult cancer research, especially in Phase II clinical trials. In general, we study new drugs in patients whose tumors have recurred and are, therefore, more likely to be resistant to multiple forms of therapy. In treating these cancers, some drugs may be efficacious only when combined with other cytotoxic drugs or other targeted agents, making the design of those trials much more difficult.
Programs like TARGET are accelerating our ability to hone our clinical trial decisions and prioritize new therapeutic agents in the treatment of certain pediatric cancers. The most recent advances include the Almost There – - Chris Abelen Quintet - What A Romance of a subpopulation of ALL patients with mutations in the Janus kinase JAK pathway, where JAK inhibitors may prove successful in treating that disease.
How is COG addressing this issue? We do not have a magical solution. Fortunately, the prevalence of mutation in many pediatric cancers especially those arising early in development is low, making development of targeted agents against childhood cancers easier than in adult cancers, where the mutation rate is New Approach - The Defiled - Daggers high.
However, there are some childhood cancers, such as osteosarcoma, with very complicated genomic abnormalities, and therapeutic targeting is therefore more complicated. Despite this hurdle, we think there is likely to be continued value in these genomic studies. Some insights and discoveries that emerge from childhood cancer research are applicable in the adult population.
The classic example is retinoblastoma and the Rb gene. Aside from its involvement in an extremely rare childhood cancer, we now know it also plays a role in the malignant transformation of a number of adult cancers.
Genomic research is uncovering the immense molecular complexities of cancer, sub-dividing each cancer type into ever smaller subtypes. How is the discovery of smaller molecular subtypes affecting clinical outcomes and the projected rate of decline of pediatric cancer mortality?
What is COG doing to address this challenge in the design of its clinical trials research? In order to make advances, we must balance the need for improved efficiency with the potential for risk to the patient. Our strategy is to have platforms and protocols that allow for continuous evaluation of novel therapeutics. To that end, we are comparing the efficacy of new targeted therapies in combination with standard cytotoxic drugs to that of standard drugs alone.
We keep these backbone studies open and ongoing, so that whenever a new targeted therapy arises, we are ready to implement it into a clinical trial. This trial design gives us the flexibility to evaluate different types of agents as quickly as possible for Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 effect on clinical outcome.
We are also beginning to look at approaches that others have taken with adult cancers. One good example is I-SPY 2 investigation of serial studies to predict therapeutic response with imaging and molecular analysis and Twisted - Various - X-Mix Radioactive Series - Issue 7 application of the Bayesian predictive probability model. The goal of the I-SPY 2 trial is to improve the efficiency in identifying better treatments for patient subpopulations using distinct molecular signatures.
What factors contributed to the success in greatly reducing pediatric cancer mortality over the last 50 years? And, what is COG focusing on now to continue to reduce pediatric cancer mortality, despite the recent plateau in improvement? The fundamental factors contributing to our success are collaboration and the importance of research. Fifty years ago, the predecessors of the COG set the stage for the field of pediatric oncology by developing a cooperative group system, where a culture of collaborative research flourished.
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