Treatment intensification with hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy in patients with liver-only colorectal metastases still unresectable after systemic induction chemotherapy - a randomized phase II study -- SULTAN UCGI 30/PRODIGE 53 (NCT03164655)- study protocol.

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Title
Treatment intensification with hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy in patients with liver-only colorectal metastases still unresectable after systemic induction chemotherapy - a randomized phase II study -- SULTAN UCGI 30/PRODIGE 53 (NCT03164655)- study protocol.
Journal
BMC cancer
Author(s)
Boilève A., Maillard A., Wagner M., Dromain C., Laurent C., Bierre E.D., Le Sourd S., Audemar F., Ulusakarya A., Guerin-Meyer V., Smisth D., Pezzella V., De Baere T., Goere D., Gelli M., Taieb J., Boige V.
ISSN
1471-2407 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
1471-2407
Publication state
Published
Issued date
30/01/2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
20
Number
1
Pages
74
Language
english
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Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: epublish
Abstract
Approximately 40% of colorectal cancer patients will develop colorectal liver metastases (CRLM). The most effective approach to increase long-term survival is CRLM complete resection. Unfortunately, only 10-15% of CRLM are initially considered resectable. The objective response rates (ORR) after current first-line systemic chemotherapy (sys-CT) regimens range from 40 to 80% and complete resection rates (CRR) range from 25 to 50% in patients with initially unresectable CRLM. When CRLM patients are not amenable to complete resection after induction of sys-CT, ORRs obtained with second-line sys-CT are much lower (between 10 and 30%) and consequently CRRs are also low (< 10%). Hepatic arterial infusion (HAI) oxaliplatin may represent a salvage therapy in patients with CRLM unresectable after one or more sys-CT regimens with ORRs and CRRs up to 60 and 30%, respectively. This study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of an intensification strategy based on HAI oxaliplatin combined with sys-CT as a salvage treatment in patients with CRLM unresectable after at least 2 months of first-line induction sys-CT.
Our main objective is to investigate the efficacy, in term of CRR (R0-R1), of treatment intensification in patients with liver-only CRLM not amenable to curative-intent resection (and/or ablation) after at least 2 months of induction sys-CT. Patients will receive either HAI oxaliplatin plus systemic FOLFIRI plus targeted therapy (i.e. anti-EGFR antibody or bevacizumab) or conventional sys-CT plus targeted therapy (i.e. anti-EGFR or antiangiogenic antibody). Secondary objectives are to compare: progression-free survival, overall survival, objective response rate, depth of response, feasibility of delivering HAI oxaliplatin including HAI catheter-related complications, and toxicity (NCI-CTCAE v4.0).
This study is a multicenter, randomized, comparative phase II trial (power, 80%; two-sided alpha-risk, 5%). Patients will be randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to receive HAI oxaliplatin combined with systemic FOLFIRI plus targeted therapy (experimental arm) or the best sys-CT plus targeted therapy on the basis of their first-line prior sys-CT history and current guidelines (control arm). One hundred forty patients are required to account for non-evaluable patients.
ClinicalTrials.gov, (NCT03164655). Trial registration date: 11th May 2017.
Keywords
Colorectal cancer, Hepatic arterial infusion, Liver metastases, Liver resection, Oxaliplatin, Randomized trial
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