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Dr Hamid Five Minute Video summarizing ASCO 2020 Melanoma Studies

Forums Mucosal Melanoma Community Dr Hamid Five Minute Video summarizing ASCO 2020 Melanoma Studies

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    Mark_DC
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    For those interested, Dr. Hamid posted this video link on his twitter account
    As I understand it, three promising new developments: (i) TiL therapy generating good results for those PD-1 non responders (and I think they may be seeking FDA approval for this based on the results; (ii) mucosal melanoma and (iii) those with leptomingeal disease

    I am not an expert but I know Dr. Hamid is good so thought I should post

    Good luck to everyone, these days life seems to be ever more difficult, sadly

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      gopher38
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      Thanks. Warren

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      jbronicki
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      Thanks Mark! I actually really enjoy watching Dr. Hamid not only for the synopses on the new developments, but he is such an engaging presenter/speaker.

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        Mark_DC
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        Thanks Jackie — I only posted because I came across them and I had missed Ed. Luckily he came back so I hope he will keep us informed!!!! :-)

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