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Journal of Radiation Oncology

, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 55–63

First Online: 31 January 2015Received: 16 October 2014Accepted: 18 December 2014DOI: 10.1007-s13566-014-0177-0

Cite this article as: Davis, J.N., Medbery, C., Sharma, S. et al. J Radiat Oncol 2015 4: 55. doi:10.1007-s13566-014-0177-0

Abstract

ObjectivesStereotactic body radiotherapy SBRT is a definitive local treatment option for patients with stage I non-small cell lung cancer NSCLC who are not surgical candidates and patients who refuse surgery. The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of SBRT on T1–T2 NSCLC from a national registry, reflecting practices and outcomes in a real-world setting.

MethodsThe RSSearch® Patient Registry was screened for T1–T2N0M0 NSCLC patients treated from May 2004 to May 2013 with SBRT. Descriptive analyses were used for patient, tumor, and treatment characteristics. Overall survival OS and local control LC were calculated using the Kaplan-Meier method.

ResultsIn total, 723 patients with 517 T1 and 224 T2 lesions were treated with SBRT. Median follow-up was 12 months 1–87 months with a median age of 76 years. Median SBRT dose was 54 Gy range 10–80 Gy delivered in a median of 3 fractions range 1–5, and median biological equivalent dose BED10 was 151.2 Gy range 20–240 Gy. Median OS was 30 and 26 months for T1 and T2 tumors, respectively p = 0.019. LC was associated with higher BED10 for T2 tumors, but not in T1 tumors at a median follow-up of 17 months. Seventeen-month LC for T2 tumors treated with BED10 < 105 Gy, BED10 105-149, and BED10 ≥ 150 Gy was 43, 74, and 95 %, respectively p = 0.011. Local failure rates for T2 tumors treated with BED10 < 105 Gy, 105–149 Gy, and ≥150 Gy were 32, 21, and 8 % p = 0.029, respectively. Median OS for patients with T2 tumors treated with BED10 < 105 Gy was 17 vs. 32 months for T2 tumors treated with BED10 105–149 Gy p = 0.062.

ConclusionSBRT for T1–T2 NSCLC is feasible and effective in the community setting. OS was greater for patients with T1 lesions compared to T2 lesions. An improvement in LC was observed in patients with T2 lesions treated with BED10 > 105 Gy.

KeywordsStereotactic body radiotherapy Lung cancer Non-small cell lung cancer Registry Radiosurgery  Download fulltext PDF



Autor: Joanne N. Davis - Clinton MedberyIII - Sanjeev Sharma - David Perry - John Pablo - David J. D’Ambrosio - Heidi McKellar

Fuente: https://link.springer.com/







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