- A randomized Phase II study of Irinotecan and
Cetuximab with or without the anti-angiogenic
antibody, Ramucirumab, in advanced K-ras
wild-type colorectal cancer following
progression on Bevacizumab-containing
TYPE OF CANCER? WHAT STAGE?
Colorectal cancer, unrectable, recurrent, or
Patients who are k-Ras wild-type and already
failed chemotherapy with Bevacizumab (Avastin).
WILL I BE TREATED?
Patients will be treated with Irinotecan +
Cetuximab and will be randomized to Ramucirumab
(an anti-angiogenic antibody).
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