The goal of this clinical trial is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of different doses and dose intervals of Elranatamab in people with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma.
This trial is open but patient recruitment is temporarily on hold.
This Phase 1 / 2 clinical trial is being conducted in two different parts. It is open-label, which means that both patient and researchers will know which group they are participating in and which doses they will receive. Patients enrolling in this trial will be allowed to continue to receive Elranatamab as long as their myeloma doesn’t get worse, and they don’t develop bad side effects.
Part 1 of this study is organized into 28 day cycles. Researchers are seeking approximately 30 participants in this part of the study. All participants will be required to be hospitalized for a minimum of three days while receiving their first doses of Elranatamab in cycle 1. Patients participating in Part 1 of this study will receive Elranatamab weekly during their first 6 cycles, and every other week from cycle 7 onward if they respond well to Elranatamab.
Part 2 is the dose exploration and expansion part of this trial, and also organized into 28 day cycles. Researchers are seeking approximately 46 participants in Part 2, in up to three different groups. All participants will be required to be hospitalized for a minimum of three days while receiving their first doses of Elranatamab in cycle 1. Some patients in part 2 will also be required to be hospitalized for one day while receiving the first dose in cycle 2.
Patients in part 2 will receive one of two planned dose levels of Elranatamab weekly or every other week depending on when they join the study. After 4 and 7 cycles, some patients' dosing schedules may change to receive Elranatamab every other week and once a month respectively if they respond well to Elranatamab.
The following criteria is a partial list of reasons why patients may be eligible to participate in this clinical trial. Further evaluation with a medical professional is required.
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