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РОЛЬ ДЕГАРЕЛИКСА (ФИРМАГОН) В ЛЕЧЕНИИ РАСПРОСТРАНЕННОГО РАКА ПРЕДСТАТЕЛЬНОЙ ЖЕЛЕЗЫ: МОЖНО ЛИ УЛУЧШИТЬ КАЧЕСТВО КАСТРАЦИОННОЙ ТЕРАПИИ?

https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2011-7-1-66-72

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Аннотация

Дегареликс (Фирмагон, Ферринг Фармасьютикалс) – новый антагонист гонадотропин-рилизинг-гормона (ГнРГ), разрешенный и одобренный к применению при распространенном гормонозависимом раке предстательной железы. Рекомендовано вводить препарат под кожу живота в начальной дозе 240 мг и ежемесячно в поддерживающей дозе 80 мг. В рандомизированном исследовании III фазы продемонстрировано преимущество дегареликса в отношении скорости снижения тестостерона до кастрационного уровня, темпа уменьшения уровня простатического специфического антигена (ПСА), а также отсутствия инициального повышения и колебаний концентрации андрогенов в процессе лечения по сравнению с агонистом ГнРГ лейпрорелином. При наблюдении в течение 1 года установлено, что риск возникновения ПСА-рецидива и смерти достоверно выше при использовании лейпрорелина по сравнению с таковым при применении дегареликса. При переводе больных, получавших лейпрорелин, на терапию дегареликсом отмечено достоверное снижение риска развития ПСА-рецидива. Частота случаев возникновения нежелательных явлений и отмены лечения на фоне терапии дегареликсом не отличается от данных показателей в группе лейпрорелина. Для формирования окончательных выводов необходимо проведение исследований с длительными сроками наблюдения за больными.

Об авторах

В. Б. Матвеев
Отделение урологии РОНЦ им. Н.Н. Блохина РАМН, Москва
Россия


М. И. Волкова
Отделение урологии РОНЦ им. Н.Н. Блохина РАМН, Москва
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Матвеев В.Б., Волкова М.И. РОЛЬ ДЕГАРЕЛИКСА (ФИРМАГОН) В ЛЕЧЕНИИ РАСПРОСТРАНЕННОГО РАКА ПРЕДСТАТЕЛЬНОЙ ЖЕЛЕЗЫ: МОЖНО ЛИ УЛУЧШИТЬ КАЧЕСТВО КАСТРАЦИОННОЙ ТЕРАПИИ? Онкоурология. 2011;7(1):66-72. https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2011-7-1-66-72

For citation:


Matveev V.B., Volkova M.I. ROLE OF DEGARELIX (FIRMAGON) IN THE TREATMENT OF DISSEMINATED PROSTATE CANCER: CAN THE QUALITY OF CASTRATION THERAPY BE IMPROVED? Cancer Urology. 2011;7(1):66-72. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2011-7-1-66-72

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