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Enrollment: 252 patients (estimated)View More
July 10, 2022
As of July 10, 2022, 24 pts with RRMM were treated (median age, 65 y; range, 45–84). Pts were heavily pretreated with a median of 7 prior lines of Tx (range, 3–13). Most pts (67%) had prior exposure to a daratumumab- or isatuximab-containing regimen, with 8 pts naive to anti-CD38 mAb. GEN3014 was well tolerated; the most common Tx-emergent AEs were infusion-related reactions (IRRs; 75.0%), neutropenia (62.5%), anemia (33.3%), diarrhea (33.3%), pyrexia (25.0%), and thrombocytopenia (25.0%). IRRs were mostly low grade (G; 62.5% G1–2, 12.5% G3, no G4), occurred mainly during the first infusion, and were manageable. There were no Tx-related deaths or dose-limiting toxicities observed at doses up to 16 mg/kg, the RP2D. Disease progression led to discontinuation in 80% of pts. Among 19 response-evaluable pts (5 naive to anti-CD38 mAb, 14 refractory to anti-CD38 mAb), preliminary antitumor activity was seen. In pts naive to anti-CD38 mAb, 2 pts achieved very good partial response (1 each at 4 and 24 mg/kg); 1 achieved minimal response (MR; 16 mg/kg). In pts refractory to anti-CD38 mAb, 2 pts achieved MR (1 each at 8 and 16 mg/kg). Five pts remained on Tx (4 naive and 1 refractory to anti-CD38 mAb). Updated data will be presented.
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