Nuclear protein of the testis carcinoma is an exceedingly rare and poorly differentiated carcinoma characterized by BDR4::NUTM1 gene translocation. Typically, the tumor affects young adults, and no standardized recommendations for therapeutic management have been available since 2022; the clinical course remains mostly dismal. We report the successful multimodal treatment of a 13-year-old boy affected by a primary chest NUT-carcinoma with a novel NUTM1 rearrangement that remains in complete continuous remission at 30 months from diagnosis.

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