Title

Durable responses observed in idh1 wildtype and mutant recurrent high grade glioma (RHGG) with Toca 511 & Toca FC treatment

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

2017

Publication Title

Neuro-Oncology

Abstract

Toca 511 (vocimagene amiretrorepvec) is an investigational retroviral replicating vector that selectively infects dividing cancer cells, integrates into the genome and replicates due to immune defects in tumors. Toca 511 spreads through tumors and stably delivers the gene encoding an optimized yeast cytosine deaminase that converts the prodrug Toca FC (an investigational, extended-release formulation of 5-fluorocytosine) into 5-fluorouracil. 5-fluorouracil kills infected cancer cells and surrounding cancer cells, myeloid derived suppressor cells and tumor associated macrophages, thus enabling immune activity against the tumor. In this phase 1 trial (NCT01470794), ascending doses of Toca 511 were injected into the resection bed of patients with rHGG, followed by multiple courses of oral Toca FC. Additional cohorts included combination of the investigational therapy with bevacizumab or lomustine. Objective responses (ORs) are observed in patients with IDH1 wildtype and mutant tumors, including 3 complete responses (CRs) and 2 partial responses with the investigational therapy, and 1 CR with the investigational therapy and bevacizumab. The IDH1- mutant patients treated at 1st recurrence all had CRs and the fact that a CR in rHGG is rare suggests that the investigational treatment may be playing a role. ORs are observed 6-19 months after Toca 511 injection, consistent with an immunologic mechanism. Median time to initial response is 9.2 months; median duration of response (mDoR) is 25.2 months. Excluding combination cohorts, mDoR is 26.7 months. All responders are alive 21.2+ to 42.6+ months, suggesting a correlation of durable responses (ORs lasting > 24 weeks) with overall survival. In a 24-patient subgroup who received the recommended Ph2 Toca 511 dose, a durable response rate of 20.8% was observed. Across the Phase 1 program, the safety profile remains favorable. Updated clinical benefit, safety, immune activity, and molecular profiles will be reported.

Volume

19

Issue

Suppl

First Page

vi26

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