Body composition is prognostic and predictive of ipilimumab activity in metastatic melanoma.

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Summary of "Body composition is prognostic and predictive of ipilimumab activity in metastatic melanoma."

Body composition is minimally investigated in an immunotherapy era. Specific body composition signals such as myosteatosis may reflect aspects of patients' immunology and thereby their ability to respond to immunotherapies. Ipilimumab is a key checkpoint inhibitor in metastatic melanoma. As an antibody, it may also be more accurately dosed using body composition parameters rather than weight alone. This retrospective study aimed to investigate body composition-based dosing and outcomes.


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Name: Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle
ISSN: 2190-6009


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