NSCLC is the most common type of lung cancer

New scientific discoveries are helping doctors and researchers better understand the changes in DNA that can cause NSCLC.

  • Genes, or pieces of your DNA, tell your body how to make specific proteins. Proteins help the body function
    • Sometimes, changes or abnormalities in genes can be the root cause of certain types of NSCLC

In ROS1+ mNSCLC, a ROS1 gene fusion results in a ROS1 fusion protein

  • Normally, the ROS1 gene makes a protein that can send signals to your cells, telling them to grow
  • When a normal ROS1 gene breaks apart and attaches to another part of a gene, it can create a ROS1 gene fusion

ROS1 fusion proteins send signals that can cause cancer cells to develop, grow, and spread

  • ROS1 gene fusions are not something you were born with or pass to future generations
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