What lung cancer mutations have approved targeted therapies?
In the United States there are four genetic changes where we have FDA-approved therapies. So these are EGFR which is found in about 10-15 percent of patients, ALK which is 3-5 percent, ROS1 which is 1-2 percent, and BRAF which is a very specific genetic change which is about 2 percent.
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