Nirogacestat for Adults With Desmoid Tumor / Aggressive Fibromatosis (DT / AF)

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Description

This study evaluates nirogacestat in the treatment of desmoid tumor / aggressive fibromatosis (DT / AF). Half of the participants will receive nirogacestat while the other half will receive placebo.

Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion Criteria

  • Participant has DT/AF that has progressed by ≥20% as measured by RECIST Version 1.1 Criteria within the 12-month period prior to first dose of study treatment.
  • Participant has newly diagnosed, measurably progressing DT/AF that is not amenable to surgical resection or radiation therapy; OR recurrent, progressing DT/AF following CR to initial therapy; OR preexisting DT/AF and has previously received therapy and the residual tumor has progressed.
  • Participant agrees to provide archival or new tumor tissue for confirmation of disease.
  • If participant was previously treated with an investigational therapy for treatment of DT/AF, participant must have completed prior therapy at least 28 days prior to signing informed consent.
  • Participants who are receiving nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) as treatment for conditions other than DT/AF.
  • Participant has an Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) performance status ≤2 at screening.
  • Participant has adequate organ and bone marrow function.

Exclusion Criteria

  • Participant has known malabsorption syndrome or preexisting gastrointestinal conditions that may impair absorption of nirogacestat.
  • Participant has experienced any of the following within 6 months of signing informed consent: clinically significant cardiac disease (New York Heart Association Class III or IV), myocardial infarction, severe/unstable angina, coronary/peripheral artery bypass graft, symptomatic congestive heart failure, cerebrovascular accident, transient ischemic attack, or symptomatic pulmonary embolism.
  • Lymphoma, leukemia, or any malignancy within the past 5 years except for basal cell or squamous epithelial carcinomas of the skin that have been resected with no evidence of metastatic disease for 3 years.
  • Current or chronic history of liver disease or known hepatic or biliary abnormalities (except for Gilbert's syndrome or asymptomatic gallstones).
  • Participant previously received or is currently receiving therapy with GS inhibitors or anti-Notch antibody therapy.
  • Participant is currently using or anticipates using a tyrosine kinase inhibitor within 28 days of study treatment.
  • Participant is currently using or anticipates using food or drugs that are known strong/moderate cytochrome P450 3A4 (CYP3A4) inhibitors or strong inducers within 14 days prior to the first dose of study treatment.
  • Participant is currently using or anticipates using chronic daily NSAIDs for treatment of DT/AF within 28 days of study treatment.
  • Participant is unable to tolerate MRI or for whom MRI is contraindicated.
  • Participant has experienced other severe acute or chronic medical or psychiatric conditions within 1 year of study start.

Locations & Contacts

California

Los Angeles
UCLA / Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center
Status: In review
Contact: Tali Homsey
Phone: 310-794-3326
Email: THomsey@mednet.ucla.edu
Palo Alto
Stanford Cancer Institute Palo Alto
Status: Active
Name Not Available
San Francisco
UCSF Medical Center-Mount Zion
Status: Approved
Contact: Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
Phone: 877-827-3222
Email: cancertrials@ucsf.edu

Colorado

Aurora
University of Colorado Hospital
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Florida

Jacksonville
Mayo Clinic in Florida
Status: Active
Name Not Available
Miami
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine-Sylvester Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Maryland

Baltimore
Johns Hopkins University / Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Massachusetts

Boston
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Status: Active
Name Not Available
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Status: Active
Name Not Available
Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Michigan

Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Minnesota

Rochester
Mayo Clinic
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Missouri

Saint Louis
Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University
Status: Active
Name Not Available

New York

New York
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

North Carolina

Durham
Duke University Medical Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Ohio

Columbus
Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Oregon

Portland
OHSU Knight Cancer Institute
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Status: Active
Contact: systems coordinator
Phone: 215-214-1558
Email: FCCC.SystemsCoordinators@fccc.edu
University of Pennsylvania / Abramson Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available
Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI)
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Texas

Houston
M D Anderson Cancer Center
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Washington

Seattle
Fred Hutch / University of Washington Cancer Consortium
Status: In review
Name Not Available

Wisconsin

Madison
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Status: Active
Name Not Available

Trial Objectives and Outline

Desmoid tumors, also referred to as aggressive fibromatosis, are rare, locally invasive, slow growing soft tissue tumors. Although considered benign because of their inability to metastasize, desmoid tumors can cause significant morbidity and occasionally mortality in patients. Nirogacestat (PF-03084014) is a potent, small molecule, selective, reversible, noncompetitive inhibitor of γ-secretase (GS) with a potential antitumor activity. Nirogacestat is being investigated for the treatment of desmoid tumors due to its ability to bind to GS, blocking proteolytic activation of Notch receptors. Previous clinical study data have shown that Notch signaling plays an important role in cancer development. Hence, inhibition of Notch signaling is an important strategy for therapeutic treatment.

Trial Phase & Type

Trial Phase

Phase III

Trial Type

Treatment

Lead Organization

Lead Organization
SpringWorks Therapeutics, Inc.

Trial IDs

Primary ID NIR-DT-301
Secondary IDs NCI-2019-00742
Clinicaltrials.gov ID NCT03785964