Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma: KOL Insight

Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma: KOL Insight

Code: FW-21072016-01 | Published: Mar-2016 | Pages: 0 | FirstWord
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Immunotherapies are about to transform HNSCC treatment. Can one brand corner the market?

Key opinion leaders (KOLs) say immunotherapies will transform the head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) landscape. But until Phase III trial results are in, there’s no consensus about where they’ll fit into the treatment algorithm—and whether any one brand can corner the market.

Find out what KOLs think in FirstWord’s new report, KOL Insight: HNSCC

You’ll learn how immunotherapies are likely to be used, and how they’ll compete with current treatments and other pipeline drugs. You’ll also get KOLs’ candid thoughts on the innovative clinical trials shaping key HNSCC treatment decisions.

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“…the current impression in the US is that everything will change in the immunotherapy era.”
- US KOL


Answering key questions

The report covers 8 pipeline HNSCC immunotherapies and targeted agents, as well as Erbitux—a current standard-of-care treatment:

EGFR Inhibitors

Erbitux (cetuximab; Eli Lilly/Merck): What limits the use of Erbitux in first-line HNSCC treatment?
Gilotrif/Giotrif (afatinib; Boehringer Ingelheim): Could Gilotrif/Giotrif potentially be used as a maintenance therapy?
Tarceva (erlotinib; Astellas/Roche): What factors will decide Tarceva’s future in HNSCC treatment?

Immunotherapies

Durvalumab (MEDI4736; AstraZeneca): Are clinical or business factors more likely to dictate durvalumab’s competitive success?
Keytruda (pembrolizumab; Merck & Co.): Which clinical trials are shaping KOLs’ view of Keytruda as an HNSCC treatment?
Multikine (Leukocyte interleukin, CEL-SCI): What do KOLS say CEL-SCI can do to increase Multikine’s chances for success?
Opdivo (nivolumab; Bristol-Myers Squibb): What kind of uptake do KOLs foresee for Opdivo in recurrent/metastatic HNSCC treatment?

Other Treatments

Avastin (bevacizumab; Genentech/Roche: How will Avastin’s risk/benefit profile affect its potential use in HNSCC treatment?
Reolysin (pelareorep; Oncolytics Biotech): Why are KOLs divided about Reolysin’s prospects as an HNSCC treatment?

Top takeaways

Immunotherapies will transform HNSCC treatment. The question is how? Find out where KOLs expect them to be positioned in the treatment algorithm as Phase III trial results come in.
Race for 1st place is on: Three pipeline checkpoint inhibitors are vying for top spot. What will it take for one brand to gain a competitive edge?
Bold commercial strategies: Immunotherapy manufacturers are taking bold—and very different—approaches to positioning their products. Whose will pay off?
Clinical trials are key: Innovative clinical trials like RTOG-1016, KEYNOTE-048, KESTREL, CheckMate-141, and others will dictate important treatment decisions. Find out how.
Erbitux use likely to change: KOLs see untapped opportunities for Erbitux in HNSCC treatment. Find out what they are, and whether they’ll offset competition from immunotherapies.
Challenging market for New EGFR inhibitors: Can EGFR-TKIs gain a foothold in HNSCC treatment? Find out whether KOL’s think they can overcome the obstacles standing in their way.
Modest expectations for other approaches: KOLs see less potential for other pipeline drugs, but say that specific applications may help some of them find a niche.
Early days for biomarkers: KOLs expect biomarkers to play an important role in HNSCC treatment. Learn how they view early efforts to use PD-L1 as a biomarker.
“How to best incorporate immunotherapies
will be the key challenge for the future.”
- US Key Opinion Leader

Key issues explored

Unmet need: The defining characteristic of HNSCC treatment, unmet need is most acute for recurrent/metastatic and HPV-negative HNSCC.
KOLs welcome immunotherapies: In an area plagued by high levels of unmet need, KOLs say immunotherapies—especially checkpoint inhibitors—offer much-needed options.
Commercial vs. clinical: Hear whether KOLs expect commercial or clinical factors to play a bigger role in differentiating checkpoint inhibitors.
First-line immunotherapies: Some manufacturers are trying to position immunotherapies as first-line treatments. Find out if KOLs think they’re likely to succeed.
Combination therapies: KOLs expect combination therapies to play a big role in HNSCC. Find out how that will affect treatment decisions for pipeline drugs.
Personalised treatment: Find out how KOLs expect biomarkers, and more segmented treatment approaches to change the HNSCC treatment paradigm.
Cost concerns: Some HNSCC treatments come with a high price tag. Find out which ones KOLs think are worth the cost, and what cost containment strategies they see on the horizon.

“…we need to invest more in biomarkers in order to select the best combination for a patient. I think this is the future.”
- EU Key Opinion Leader


A report based on expert knowledge
We interviewed 12 KOLs from North America and Europe between 10/12/2015 and 18/01/2016.

North American KOLs

Dimitrios Colevas, MD. Associate Professor of Medicine (Oncology) and head and neck surgery, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA.
Renata Ferrarotto MD. Assistant Professor, Thoracic/Head & Neck Medical Oncology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.
Saad Khan, MD. Medical Oncologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX.
Krzysztof Misiukiewicz MD. Assistant Professor Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY.
Neal Reddy, MD, PhD. Associate Professor of Medicine, Member of the Duke Cancer Institute, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC.
Jared Weiss, MD. Assistant Professor of Medicine for Hematology/Oncology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, NC.

European KOLs

Caroline Brammer, MD. Consultant in Clinical Oncology, The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Bebington, UK.
Daris Ferrari, MD. Director USD Oncological Palliative Care, San Paolo Hospital, Milan, Italy.
Bernie Foran. Consultant Clinical Oncologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Weston Park Hospital Sheffield, UK.
Ricard Mesia Nin, MD. Medical Oncologist, Catalan Institute of Oncology, ICO Hospital, Barcelona, Spain.
Anonymous German KOL, MD. Professor and Medical Oncologist, University Medical Centre, Germany.
Anonymous German KOL, MD. Senior Medical Oncologist, Major University Hospital, Germany.

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Table of Contents


1 Executive summary
2 Research Objectives
3 Research Focus
4 Report Focus
4.1 Unmet needs
5 EGFR inhibitors
5.1 Overview
5.2 Marketed drugs
5.2.1 Erbitux (cetuximab; Eli Lilly/Merck)
5.3 Pipeline drugs
5.3.1 Gilotrif/Giotrif (afatinib; Boehringer Ingelheim)
5.3.2 Tarceva (erlotinib; Astellas/Roche)
6 Immunotherapies
6.1 Pipeline drugs
6.1.1 Opdivo (nivolumab; Bristol-Myers Squibb)
6.1.2 Keytruda (pembrolizumab; Merck & Co.)
6.1.3 Durvalumab (MEDI4736; AstraZeneca)
6.1.4 Multikine (Leukocyte interleukin, CEL-SCI)
7 Other
7.1 Pipeline drugs
7.1.1 Avastin (bevacizumab; Genentech/Roche)
7.1.2 Reolysin (pelareorep; Oncolytics Biotech)
8 Conclusion
9 Appendix
9.1 KOL biographies
9.1.1 KOLs from North America
9.1.2 KOLs from the EU

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