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|Authors||Andrea Varga, Monica M. Mita, Jennifer J. Wu, John J. Nemunaitis, Timothy Francis Cloughesy, Paul S. Mischel, Johanna C. Bendell, Kent C. Shih, Luis G. Paz-Ares, Amit Mahipal, Jean-Pierre Delord, Robin Katie Kelley, Jean-Charles Soria, Lilly Wong, Shuichan Xu, Angela James, Xiaoling Wu, Rajesh Chopra, Kristen Hege, Pamela N. Munster|
|Title||Phase I expansion trial of an oral TORC1/TORC2 inhibitor (CC-223) in advanced solid tumors.|
|Journal||J. Clin. Oncol. Suppl.|
|Abstract Text||ABSTRACT 2606: CC-223 is an ATP-competitive inhibitor of the mTOR kinase, including both TORC1 and TORC2. CC-223 was selected to address resistance of rapamycin analogues mediated by TORC2 activation. Methods: Following establishment of the MTD (reported at ASCO 2012), subjects with select advanced, refractory solid tumors, including NSCLC, HCC, NET, GBM and breast were enrolled in expansion cohorts of up to 20 evaluable subjects. CC-223 was dosed at 45 mg once daily in 28 day cycles until disease progression. Results: As of 09 January, 2013, 101 solid tumor subjects have been treated, including NSCLC (26), HCC (25), NET (23), breast (14), and GBM (13). Results from the NSCLC, HCC, and GBM cohorts are reported here; NET results are reported separately. The most common (> 20%) related adverse events (all grades) were fatigue, rash, stomatitis, hyperglycemia, anorexia, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. In addition, related serious adverse events included infection (1), pneumonitis (4), renal insufficiency (2) and pancreatitis (2). CC-223 dose reduction was required in > 50% of subjects with NSCLC and HCC, usually during cycle 1 or 2. Exposure-dependent TORC1 (p4EBP1) and TORC2 (pAKT) inhibition was observed across cohorts. mTOR pathway inhibition and/or decreased proliferation was demonstrated in paired tumor biopsies, but results were inconsistent. Reduction in glucose uptake (> 25% decrease in SUV) on PET imaging at day 15 was observed in 78% (14/18) of NSCLC and 69% (11/16) of HCC subjects. Partial tumor responses were observed in evaluable subjects with NSCLC (1/17; confirmed, treatment duration 36 weeks) and HCC (3/15; 1 confirmed, treatment duration 15 – 26 weeks). Disease control rate in the overall NSCLC cohort was 42% (11/26) and in the HCC cohort, 40% (10/25). GBM subjects underwent salvage resections on study and none were progression-free at 6 months. CC-223 was present in all (11/11) resected GBM tumors with plasma:tumor ratios of 16 - 77%, confirming transit across the blood-brain barrier. Conclusions: Encouraging signals of biomarker and clinical activity were observed in HCC and NSCLC. Due to the frequency of dose reductions, select additional cohorts will be enrolled at a starting dose of 30 mg QD. Clinical trial information: NCT01177397.|
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|PIK3CA mutant||Advanced Solid Tumor||sensitive||Onatasertib||Phase I||Actionable||In a Phase I trial, CC-223 demonstrated safety and preliminary efficacy in patients with solid tumors, including stable disease for greater than 110 days in 2 patients with PIK3CA mutation or PTEN deletion (PMID: 26177599).||26177599 detail...|