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Supplementary Data from Pharmacokinetically Guided Phase 1 Trial of the IGF-1 Receptor Antagonist RG1507 in Children with Recurrent or Refractory Solid Tumors

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posted on 2023-03-31, 16:49 authored by R. Bagatell, C.E. Herzog, T.M Trippett, J.F. Grippo, G. Cirrincione-Dall, E. Fox, M. Macy, J. Bish, P. Whitcomb, A. Aikin, G. Wright, S. Yurasov, F.M. Balis, L. Gore

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Purpose: This pediatric phase I study was designed to identify the doses of RG1507, a monoclonal antibody against the Type 1 Insulin-like Growth Factor Receptor (IGF1R), that achieves exposures equivalent to those achieved in adults at recommended doses.Experimental Design: Children with relapsed or refractory solid tumors were treated using the same doses and administration schedules of RG1507 (3 and 9 mg/kg/wk, and 16 mg/kg every 3 weeks [q3W]) as those studied in adults. Detailed pharmacokinetic (PK) sampling was performed after the first dose; selected peak and trough levels were subsequently obtained. Target exposures were ≥85% of mean areas under concentration x time curves (AUCs) in adults at doses of 9 mg/kg/wk and 16 mg/kg q3W. A maximum tolerated dose could be identified if dose-limiting toxicities (DLT) occurred.Results: Thirty-one evaluable patients aged 3–17 years were enrolled at 3 mg/kg/wk (n = 3), 9 mg/kg/wk (n = 18), or 16 mg/kg q3W (n = 10). There were no DLTs. At 9 mg/kg/wk the mean AUC0–7d (21,000 μg h/mL) exceeded the target (16,000 μg h/mL). At 16 mg/kg q3W, the mean AUC021d (70,000 μg h/mL) exceeded the target (59,400 μg h/mL). Clearance normalized to body weight was age dependent. There were no objective responses. Seven patients had stable disease for >12 weeks, including two patients with osteosarcoma with stable disease for 52+ and 78+ weeks.Conclusions: The recommended doses of RG1507 in children with solid tumors are 9 mg/kg/wk and 16 mg/kg q3W. This flexible design is well suited for trials of agents associated with limited toxicity. Clin Cancer Res; 17(3); 611–9. ©2010 AACR.

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