The study will be conducted in 2 parts, separately for IV and SC administration: dose escalation (Part 1) and dose expansion (Part 2). It will evaluate safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and preliminary antitumor activity of Teclistamab administered to adult participants with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma. The overall safety of the study drug will be assessed by physical examinations, Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group performance status, laboratory tests, vital signs, electrocardiograms, adverse event monitoring, and concomitant medication usage. Disease evaluations will include peripheral blood and bone marrow assessments at screening (performed within 28 days) and to confirm stringent complete response (sCR), complete response (CR), or relapse from CR. The end of study (study completion) is defined as 2 years after the last participant in Part 3 has received his or her initial dose of teclistamab.
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May 28, 2021
December 02, 2020
As of 20 Jul 2020, iv teclistamab (0.3–720 µg/kg) and sc teclistamab (80–3000 µg/kg) were received by 84 and 44 pts, respectively. Overall, median age was 64 y (24–82), median number of prior lines of therapies (LOT) was 6 (2–14), 95%/79% triple-class exposed/refractory, 70%/38% penta-drug exposed/refractory, and 91% refractory to last LOT. AEs in >20% of pts (both iv and sc combined) included anemia (55%), neutropenia (55%), thrombocytopenia (41%), and leukopenia (26%), as well as non-hematologic events of CRS (53%), pyrexia (28%), diarrhea (24%), cough (23%), fatigue (23%), nausea (22%), back pain (20%), and headache (20%). 39% of pts had treatment-related grade ≥3 AEs; neutropenia (23%) and anemia (9%) were most frequent. CRS occurred in 55% and 50% of pts with iv and sc dosing, respectively, tending to occur later (relative to the most recent dose) with sc administration (median time to onset of 1.0 day iv and 2.0 days sc). CRS events were all gr 1 (n=51) or 2 (n=17) and generally confined to initial doses. 5% of pts (all iv) had neurotoxicity (2% gr ≥3), and 12% had treatment-related infusion/injection related reaction (including 4 infusion reactions [all iv, 5%] and 11 injection related reactions [all sc, 25%], all gr 1/2). Gr 3 or higher infection-related AEs were reported in 15% of pts (3% treatment related). Four gr 5 AEs were reported (all iv and considered unrelated to treatment by investigator except for 1 case of pneumonia).
120 pts were evaluable for response, with the highest and most active dose levels of 270 µg/kg and 720 µg/kg weekly for iv and 720 µg/kg and 1500 µg/kg weekly for sc (of note, response data for 3000 µg/kg sc is not yet mature). Combining these 4 iv and sc dose levels, ORR was 30/47 (63.8%, including n=24 with very good partial response [VGPR] or better and n=9 with complete response [CR] or better). 1500 µg/kg sc was selected as a RP2D, and currently at this dose, 6 of 6 pts are in response (3 PR, 1 VGPR, 2 stringent CR) with progressive deepening of responses over time.
May 30, 2020
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