Capmatinib in patients with high-level MET-amplified advanced non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC): results from the phase 2 GEOMETRY mono-1 study.
Abstract No : 9509
Abstract Type : Clinical Science Symposium
Indication : MET-amplified NSCLC
Intervention : Capmatinib (INC280)
Company : Novartis Pharmaceuticals
Technology : Small Molecule
As of Jan 06, 2020, 84 pts were evaluable for efficacy (cohort 1a [2nd/3rd line], 69 pts; Cohort 5a [1st line], 15 pts). Tx was ongoing for 3 pts in cohort 1a, none in cohort 5a. Per BIRC assessment in cohorts 1a and 5a, respectively, ORR was 29% and 40%, median DOR was 8.31 months (mo, 20 responders, 95% CI: 4.17–15.44) and 7.54 mo (6 responders, 95% CI: 2.56–14.26), and median PFS was 4.07 (95% CI: 2.86–4.83) and 4.17 (95% CI: 1.45–6.87) mo. Investigator assessment was in line with BIRC assessment (Table). The most common adverse events across all cohorts ($25%, all grades, N = 364) were peripheral edema (51.1%), nausea (44.8%) and vomiting (28.0%). Data for biomarker analysis and pts with brain metastasis will be presented at the ASCO 2020 meeting.
Capmatinib has demonstrated activity in the subset of pts with high-level MET-amplified (GCN≥10) NSCLC, with a higher response rate in tx-naïve pts. Safety profile remains favorable and similar to previous reports of capmatinib.
Capmatinib has demonstrated activity in the patients with high-level MET-amplified NSCLC patients with a higher response rate in tx-naïve pts.