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Uclh sarcoma unit chemotherapy guidelines – bone sarcomas

Sarcoma Advisory Group Chemotherapy Guidelines – Bone Sarcomas
These guidelines include selected trials, generally where these are first line or expected to be open to accrual for some time. Especially for 2nd and 3rd line
treatment, trial options may exist which are not reproduced here but may be the preferred option in individual cases. Where several options exist, then the
choice will be based on individual circumstances, treatment intent, co-morbidity etc and MDT discussion is frequently appropriate.
Sarcoma Type
Category
3rd Line and Other
Clinical trial: GLU-1 glucarpidase study Clinical trial: GLU-1 glucarpidase study VIDE x 6 cycles → VAC or VAI High dose ifosfamid VIDE x 6 cycles → VAC or VAI or
(busulphan/lmelphalan or treosulphan/melphalan) with peripheral blood stem cell rescu N.B. Choice of 2nd line therapy will depend on patient/disease specific factors (e.g. if chemo being given with curative intent) and/or patient choice FILE NAME
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angiosarcoma, spindle cell sarcoma, dedifferentiated chondrosarcoma Pigmented villonodular Doxorubicin
or
Doxorubicin and cisplatin

*
Funding via individual funding request
**Funding via Cancer Drugs Fund (submitted 2012/13)
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Sarcoma Advisory Group Chemotherapy Guidelines – Soft Tissue Sarcomas
These guidelines include selected trials, generally where these are first line or expected to be open to accrual for some time. Especially for 2nd and 3rd line
treatment, trial options may exist which are not reproduced here but may be the preferred option in individual cases. Where several options exist, then the
choice will be based on individual circumstances, treatment intent, co-morbidity etc and MDT discussion is frequently appropriate.
Sarcoma Type
Category
3rd Line and Other
N.B. Choice of chemotherapy will depend on disease factors (histiological subtypes) and patient factors (PS, patient choice) Gemcitabine(for poor PS) +/-
docetaxel
or
Aromatase inhibitor (if ER/PR
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Vinblastine and methotrexaor Vinorelbine and methotrexa
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Funding via individual funding request
**Funding via Cancer Drugs Fund (submitted 2012/13)
***Funding via Cancer Drugs Fund (approved)


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