alexa A first in human phase 1 study of CG0070, a GM-CSF expressing oncolytic adenovirus, for the treatment of nonmuscle invasive bladder cancer.


Immunotherapy: Open Access

Author(s): Burke JM, Lamm DL, Meng MV, Nemunaitis JJ, Stephenson JJ,

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Abstract PURPOSE: We assessed the safety, pharmacokinetics and anticancer activity of intravesical CG0070, a cancer selective, replication competent adenovirus, for the treatment of nonmuscle invasive bladder cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 35 patients received single or multiple (every 28 days × 3 or weekly × 6) intravesical infusions of CG0070 at 1 of 4 dose levels (1 × 10(12), 3 × 10(12), 1 × 10(13) or 3 × 10(13) viral particles). Response to treatment was based on cystoscopic assessment and biopsy or urine cytology. Urine and plasma CG0070, and granulocyte-monocyte colony-stimulating factor were measured in all patients. A subset of 18 patients was assessed for retinoblastoma phosphorylation status. RESULTS: Grade 1-2 bladder toxicities were the most common adverse events observed. A maximum tolerated dose was not reached. High levels of granulocyte-monocyte colony-stimulating factor were detected in urine after administration in all patients. Virus replication was suggested based on an increase in urine CG0070 genomes between days 2 and 5 in 58.3\% of tested patients (7 of 12). The complete response rate and median duration of the complete response across cohorts was 48.6\% and 10.4 months, respectively. In the multidose cohorts the complete response rate for the combined groups (every 28 days and weekly × 6) was 63.6\% (14 of 22 patients). In an exploratory, retrospective assessment patients with borderline or high retinoblastoma phosphorylation who received the multidose schedules had an 81.8\% complete response rate (9 of 11). CONCLUSIONS: Intravesical CG0070 was associated with a tolerable safety profile and antibladder cancer activity. Granulocyte-monocyte colony-stimulating factor transgene expression and CG0070 replication were also suggested. Copyright © 2012 American Urological Association Education and Research, Inc. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. This article was published in J Urol and referenced in Immunotherapy: Open Access

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