|Title||Phase I trial of docetaxel plus lutetium-177-labeled anti-prostate-specific membrane antigen monoclonal antibody J591 (Lu-J591) for metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Authors||Batra JS, Niaz MJunaid, Whang YE, Sheikh A, Thomas C, Christos P, Vallabhajosula S, Jhanwar YS, Molina AM, Nanus DM, Osborne JR, Bander NH, Tagawa ST|
|Date Published||2020 Jun 27|
BACKGROUND: Docetaxel remains a standard of care for metatsatic castration resistant porstate cancer (mCRPC) and has radiosensitizing properties. The dose limiting toxicity (DLT) of radioimmunotherapy is myelosuppression; dose fractionation of Lu-J591 allows similar administered doses with less toxicity. This study (NCT00916123) was designed to determine the safety, DLT, and maximum tolerated dose of fractionated Lu-J591 administered concurrently with standard docetaxel.
METHODS: Men with progressive mCRPC received docetaxel 75 mg/m every 3 weeks with escalating 2 fractionated doses of Lu-J591 (1.48 GBq/m up to max of 2.96 GBq/m) with cycle 3. Cycle 4 of docetaxel was planned 6 weeks after cycle 3 to allow for recovery from Lu-J591-associated hematologic toxicity. DLT was defined as delay in docetaxel >3 weeks, prolonged myelosuppression or need for >2 platelet transfusions, febrile neutropenia, or grade ≥3 nonhematological toxicity following Lu-J591. PSA was assessed prior to each cycle and serial computed tomography (CT) and bone scan were performed.
RESULTS: Fifteen men with progressive mCRPC received dose-escalated targeted radionuclide therapy in 4 cohorts up to the highest planned dose (2.96 GBq/m). No DLT was seen at any dose level. Grade 4 neutropenia without fever occurred in 8 (53.5%) and thromboytopenia in 2 (13.3%), with 2 receiving prophylactic platelet transfusion. No grade ≥3 nonhematological toxicity was observed. 11 (73.3%) had >50% PSA decline, with 78.6% having favorable circulating tumor cell counts after Lu-J591. All patients had targeting of known sites of disease by planar Lu-J591 imaging.
CONCLUSION: The combination of Lu-J591 delivered as a single fractionated cycle with docetaxel/prednisone is feasible in patients with mCRPC. Without preselection for prostate-specific membrane antigen, accurate targeting of known sites of disease and a strong preliminary efficacy signal was observed.
|Alternate Journal||Urol. Oncol.|
Phase I trial of docetaxel plus lutetium-177-labeled anti-prostate-specific membrane antigen monoclonal antibody J591 (Lu-J591) for metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer.
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