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of 'Principles of cancer immunotherapy'
TG1042 (Adenovirus-interferon-γ) in primary cutaneous B-cell lymphomas: a phase II clinical trial.
Dreno B, Urosevic-Maiwald M, Kim Y, Guitart J, Duvic M, Dereure O, Khammari A, Knol AC, Derbij A, Lusky M, Didillon I, Santoni AM, Acres B, Bataille V, Chenard MP, Bleuzen P, Limacher JM, Dummer R
PLoS One. 2014;9(2):e83670. Epub 2014 Feb 24.
RATIONAL: While a variety of registered therapies exist for Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma, no such therapy is available for Cutaneous B Cell Therapy. In this context we performed a phase II, open label, multicenter, non-comparative study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of repeated intra-lesional administrations of TG1042 (adenovirus-interferon-γ) in patients with relapsing primary cutaneous B-cell lymphomas (CBCL).
METHOD: Thirteen patients have been enrolled and received intralesional injections of TG1042 containing 5×10(10) viral particles into up to six lesions simultaneously. Injections were performed on days 1, 8 and 15 of each of four consecutive 28 day cycles.
RESULTS: Eleven (85%) out of 13 enrolled patients showed an objective response after injections of TG1042. Seven patients (54%) exhibited complete and four (31%) displayed partial response. The median time to disease progression in the study population was 23.5 months (range 6.25 to 26+). Most commonly observed adverse events were minor to moderate flu-like symptoms, fatigue and injection site reactions.
CONCLUSIONS: Our study showed that treatment with TG1042 was associated with a clinical benefit in the majority of the patients with relapsing CBCL, including tumor regression, a clinically meaningful duration of response and a good treatment tolerance.
TRIAL REGISTRATION: www.clinicaltrials.govNCT00394693.
Department of Skin Cancer, University Hospital, Nantes, France.