This is sort of mixed results contrary to how the headline reads. In newly diagnosed MGMT unmethylated glioblastoma (this is the worst category of glioblastoma) , they reported about a 2 month improvement in progression free survival compared to historical data on temozolomide, which is good but for recurrent MGMT unmetylated glioblastoma, the did about the same as historical controls.
Bottom line - more research needs to be done to find ways to make it work better. It obviously has some effect but they need to work on how best to use it, why it doesn't work as well as we hoped and how to fix that. I think it will have a place in the ultimate cocktail, replacing temozolomide for MGMT unmethylated patients. Remember - temozolomide was rejected by the FDA the first time the FDA was asked to approve it because early testing did not show an improvement, but then later studies showed the major benefit that makes temozolomide the standard of care.