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    MINI 25 - Trials, Radiation and Other (ID 142)

    • Event: WCLC 2015
    • Type: Mini Oral
    • Track: Thymoma, Mesothelioma and Other Thoracic Malignancies
    • Presentations: 1
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      MINI25.01 - A Phase II Study of Dovitinib in Previously-Treated Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma: The Ontario Clinical Oncology Group DOVE-M Trial (ID 1302)

      16:45 - 18:15  |  Author(s): J. Goffin

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      Background:
      Following failure of a platinum-antifolate combination regimen, there is no standard therapy for advanced malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM). The fibroblast growth factor receptor (FGFR) signaling pathways may be a relevant target in MPM. Dovitinib inhibits multiple tyrosine receptor kinases, predominantly the vascular endothelial growth factor receptors (VEGFR), but also FGFR.

      Methods:
      This open-label multicentre phase II trial enrolled consenting adult patients with advanced, histologically-confirmed MPM who had previously received platinum-antifolate combination chemotherapy and up to one additional line of systemic therapy. Patients were ECOG PS < 2 and had adequate end-organ function. Dovitinib was administered orally at 500 mg/day for 5 days on, 2 days off; cycle length was 28 days. Two dose reductions (to 300 mg) for toxicity were permitted. Response was assessed every 2 cycles using RECIST 1.1 criteria modified for MPM. Correlative studies included FGFR-1 amplification on archival tumour and serum samples for circulating angiogenesis factors. Pre- and cycle 1 day 15 on-treatment diffusion-weighted pleural MRI was evaluated for its potential as an early marker of drug effect. The primary end-point was the proportion of patients progression-free at 3 months (PF3). A two-stage design was used: H0: 3-month PFS=40% versus HA: 3-month PFS=65% (roughly corresponding to a median PFS of 4.5 months), with α=0.05, β=0.20. If 6 of 12 PF3 in stage I, an additional 14 patients would be enrolled, with dovitinib of interest if > 15 of 26 PF3.

      Results:
      12 patients (10 males, median age 67) were enrolled. The median number of cycles administered was 2.5 (range 1-8). Commonly observed and / or grade 3 at least possibly related adverse events (any grade / grade 3, %): diarrhea (67 / 0%) vomiting (50 / 0%) fatigue (42 / 8 %), nausea (42 / 8 %), rash (0 / 17 %), syncope / generalized muscle weakness / elevated ALT (0 / 8 % each). No hyperphosphatemia was observed. 7 patients had at least one dose interruption (5 in cycle 1) and 5 had a dose reduction (1 to 300 mg); median dose intensity during cycles 1 and 2 was 80 %. 3 patients discontinued due to clinical progression by day 1 cycle 2. Best response: 1 unconfirmed PR, 4 SD, 2 PD and 4 inevaluable (3 with clinical PD; 1 intercurrent illness). The median PFS was 2.6 months and the median OS was 4 months. PF3 was 50%; although the criterion for proceeding to stage II accrual was met, the trial was halted due to a combination of minimal activity with several early progression events and poor tolerability in this patient population.

      Conclusion:
      Dovitinib has minimal activity and a toxicity profile comparable to other VEGFR inhibitors in previously-treated MPM; it is not clear if FGFR is effectively targeted. Correlative studies are ongoing and may help to clarify the role of the FGFR in MPM. [NCT01769547].

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