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Table S1, Table S2; Figure S1, Figure S2, Figure S3, Figure S4, Figure S5 from Lucitanib for the Treatment of HR+/HER2 Metastatic Breast Cancer: Results from the Multicohort Phase II FINESSE Study

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posted on 2023-03-31, 21:30 authored by Rina Hui, Alex Pearson, Javier Cortes, Christine Campbell, Camille Poirot, Hatem A. Azim, Debora Fumagalli, Matteo Lambertini, Fergus Daly, Amal Arahmani, José Perez-Garcia, Philippe Aftimos, Philippe L. Bedard, Laura Xuereb, Elsemieke D. Scheepers, Malou Vicente, Theodora Goulioti, Sibylle Loibl, Sherene Loi, Marie-Jeanne Pierrat, Nicholas C. Turner, Fabrice Andre, Giuseppe Curigliano

Supplementary Table S1. Treatment dose, duration, interruption and reduction. Supplementary Table S2A. Performance of the FGF23 ELISA, Kainos Laboratories Inc., cat# CY4000. Supplementary Table S2B. Concentration range of FGF23 in serum and plasma samples. Supplementary Table S2C. ddPCR assays used for determination of FGFR1 CNV. Supplementary Figure S1. A) FINESSE study design. B) Supplementary Figure S1B. FINESSE CONSORT diagram. Supplementary Figure S2. FISH screening results for FGFR1, CCND1/11q and FGF3,4,19. All samples were screened for both FGFR1 and CCND1/11q. Only samples positive for CCND1/11q amplification were assessed for FGF3,4,19 amplification. Of these, 1 patient was not assessed for FGF3,4,19 at the request of the site. 3 patients assessed as FGF3,4,19 amplified by additional evalution criteria to those described in the Methods section, with >50% of tumour cells showing {greater than or equal to}5 gene signals/nucleus. Supplementary Figure S3. Progression-free survival by A) FGFR1 amplification status by FISH and B) FGFR1 expression by IHC. Supplementary Figure S4. Expression of endothelial FGF2 and Ki67 presented by trial cohort. Supplementary Figure S5. Progression free survival by A) endothelial FGF2 and B) endothelial Ki67 expression.





The FGFR1 gene is amplified in 14% of patients with HR+/HER2− breast cancer. Efficacy and safety of lucitanib, an inhibitor of VEGFR1-3, FGFR1-3, and PDGFRα/β, were assessed. Patients with HR+/HER2− metastatic breast cancer (MBC) received oral lucitanib in three centrally confirmed cohorts: (i) FGFR1 amplified, (ii) FGFR1 nonamplified, 11q13 amplified, and (iii) FGFR1 and 11q13 nonamplified. Key inclusion criteria included Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status ≤2, ≥1 line of anticancer therapy, but ≤2 lines of chemotherapy. Primary endpoint was overall response rates (ORR) by RECIST1.1. Simon's two-stage design was used: If ≥2 patients responded among 21 patients, 20 additional patients could be enrolled in each cohort. FGFR1 copy-number variation (CNV) was determined by FISH and droplet digital PCR, whereas FGFR1 expression was determined by IHC. Seventy-six patients (32/18/26 in cohorts 1/2/3) from nine countries were enrolled. The prespecified primary endpoint was met in cohort 1 with ORR of 19% [95% confidence interval (CI), 9%–35%], but not in cohorts 2 and 3 with ORR of 0% (95% CI, 0%–18%) and 15% (95% CI, 6%–34%), respectively. Frequent adverse events included hypertension (87%), hypothyroidism (45%), nausea (33%), and proteinuria (32%). Exploratory biomarker analyses suggested higher ORR in patients with high FGFR1 amplification (≥4 CNV) than those without high amplification (22% vs. 9%). ORR in patients with FGFR1-high tumors (IHC, H-score ≥50) was 25% versus 8% in FGFR1-low cancers. Lucitanib had modest antitumor activity and significant hypertension-related toxicity in patients with HR+/HER2− MBC. Although based on small sample sizes, exploratory biomarker analyses suggested that patients with high FGFR1 amplification or expression might derive greater benefit.