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The main objectives of the study are to quantify the change in [18F]F AraG PET signal before and after CkIT therapy, and to correlate this change in [18F]F AraG PET signal with a radiographic response.
Approximately 50 patients will undergo two research PET/CT scans with [18F]F AraG at two time points. Each patient will receive two 5 (+/-10%) mCi doses of [18F]F AraG, one for each imaging time point. Eligible subjects will undergo a pre-treatment [18F]F AraG PET/CT scan within 7 days prior to treatment, followed by treatment, and an on-treatment [18F]F AraG PET/CT within 7-14 days of treatment.
Objectives:Quantify [18F]F-AraG uptake in advanced NSCLC tumor (primary, nodal, and metastatic sites) at baseline and after 1 dose of anti-PD-1/PD-L1 therapy in patients treated with standard of care immunotherapy (as monotherapy or part of combination therapy).Correlate change in [18F]F AraG uptake in tumor lesions with radiographic response.
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