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Stage IV recurrent colon cancer
Jane is a 60-year-old woman who was diagnosed with stage IIb, KRAS wild-type, right-sided colon cancer. The cancer returned 3 years after completing adjuvant capecitabine with unresectable lung and liver metastases.
- Following diagnosis with stage IIb, right-sided colon cancer, she was successfully treated with total resection and 6 months of adjuvant capecitabine
- Three years following the completion of adjuvant therapy, she was found to have unresectable lung and liver metastases
- KRAS wild-type with no evidence of microsatellite instability or defective mismatch repair
- She was treated with FOLFOX + bevacizumab regimen and had PFS of 8 months
- She was subsequently treated with irinotecan + cetuximab for 5 months until disease progression
Relevant medical history
- Hypertension well controlled with diuretic/beta-blocker therapy (BP: 116/78 mm Hg)
- ECOG performance status: 1