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Phase I trial indicates ponatinib may thwart most resistant CML
Date:12/6/2010

ukemia and four were divided among other blood malignancies.

A total of 48 patients were evaluable at the time of reporting. Of these:

  • 30 of 32 patients (94 percent) in CML chronic phase had complete hematologic responses; 20 (63 percent) had major cytological responses, 12 complete and eight partial. Of these 20 cytogenetic responders, 18 remained on the treatment with no disease progression.

  • All 11 chronic phase CML patients who had the T315I mutation had complete hematologic response and nine had major cytogenetic responses, eight of which were complete.

  • For 16 CML patients in accelerated or blast phase or with Philadelphia-positive acute lymphocytic leukemia, five (31 percent) had a major hematological response and three (19 percent) had a major cytogenetic response.

  • Of nine CML patients in accelerated or blast phase or with Ph+ALL who also carried the T315I mutation, three (33 percent) had major hematologic response and two (22 percent) had major cytogenetic response.

Researchers also noted responses in patients with heavily resistant disease with no mutations and among patients with other mutations resistant to existing drugs.

The most common side effects were low platelet counts (24 percent of patients), headache (14 percent), nausea (14 percent), joint pain (13 percent), fatigue (13 percent), anemia (11 percent), increased lipase (11 percent), muscle spasms (11 percent), rash (11 percent), muscle pain (10 percent) and pancreatitis (10 percent). All dose-limiting toxicities were reversible.


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Contact: Scott Merville
smerville@mdanderson.org
713-516-4855
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
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