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Brief Title Concurrent or Sequential Immunotherapy and Radiation Therapy in Patients With Metastatic Lung Cancer
Official Title A Randomized Phase I Trial to Evaluate Concurrent Or Sequential Ipilimumab, Nivolumab, and Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy in Patients With Stage IV Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (COSINR Study)
Principal Investigator Patel, Jyoti
Brief Summary Trial Design - Patients with stage IV non-small cell lung cancer are randomized to nivolumab/ipilimumab plus either sequential or concurrent stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT). - The primary endpoint is the phase I safety endpoint of SBRT dose for each body site. - The same starting SBRT dose levels are used in each arm. If two or more patients experience a dose-limiting toxicity (DLT) at the starting dose level, then the reduced dose level will be used (Section 7.1—Page 72). - DLT is defined as any grade ≥3 toxicity possibly, likely, or definitely related to SBRT plus nivolumab/ipilimumab (the combination and not the individual components). - Irradiated metastases will be grouped into one of five locations, which have different SBRT doses, and the DLTs will be attributed to the relevant organ system. - The starting and decreased SBRT dose levels are found in Table 2 (Page 20). - SBRT will be delivered in 3-5 fractions over the course of 1-1.5 weeks. - Patients in the sequential arm will begin immunotherapy between 1-7 days after completion of SBRT - Given the accrual data for IRB15-1130, the investigators anticipate that approximately 1/3 of patients will contribute metastasis to 2 locations. Since there are 2 arms, and 5 metastasis locations with 6 patients per location for the starting dose level, this translates to 40 patients for the starting dose level, and another 40 patients should each of the 5 locations require de-escalation to the lower dose level. - Secondary endpoints include comparisons of efficacy and toxicity between the arms, as well as interrogation of changes in the immune microenvironment induced by the two approaches.
Gender All
Ages 18 Years
Enrollment 80
Accepts Healthy Volunteers No
Lead Sponsor University of ChicagoOther
Study Design
Study Phase Phase 1
Study Type Interventional
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Contact Phone 1-855-702-8222 (adult trials) or 1-773-702-6808 (pediatric trials)
Condition Stage IV Small Cell Lung Cancer
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