Thoracic Cancer D4194C00008

Prospective, Interventional Pilot Study of Mobile Devices and Digital Applications to Detect Early Pneumonitis and Other Pulmonary Adverse Events in Unresectable Stage III Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients on Durvalumab

A study of whether mobile devices can improve the detection of pulmonary AEs (including pneumonitis) in stage III NSCLC patient’s post-CRT, while on durvalumab.

Patients undergoing post-CRT treatment for lung cancer with consolidation durvalumab can experience pulmonary AEs that could become severe if not recognized and treated in time. Data collected will be used to evaluate the likelihood of early detection of pulmonary AEs in unresectable Stage III NSCLC patients on durvalumab. This project seeks to understand if multiparametric mobile technology collecting patient reported outcomes, vital signs, and respiratory function, integrate well into a patients daily life and aid physicians in early detection of pulmonary AEs.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Patient has unresectable Stage III NSCLC that has not progressed following concurrent platinum-based chemotherapy and radiation therapy and is eligible to receive durvalumab according to the US FDA approved package insert.
  • Patient is able and willing to use the mobile application and connected devices.
  • Patient is able to complete QoL assessments.

Available at: Hartford Hospital, Hospital of Central Connecticut, Midstate Medical Center, William Backus Hospital.

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