Presentation Slides - Hairy Cell Leukemia Research Foundation

Ibrutinib: First-in Class Inhibitor of BTK
Forms a specific and irreversible bond
with cysteine-481 in BTK
Highly potent BTK inhibition at
IC50 = 0.5 nM
Orally administered with once daily
dosing resulting in 24-hr target inhibition
In CLL cells promotes apoptosis, inhibits
ERK1/AKT phosphorylation, NF-κB DNA
binding, CpG mediated proliferation
Inhibits CLL cell migration and adhesion
No cytotoxic effect on T-cells or NK-cells
NH 2
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Potential Role for BCR Signalling in HCL
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NCI 9268 Ibrutinib for Relapsed HCL: Objectives
Primary Objective
To determine the overall response rate after 32 wks of ibrutinib therapy
Secondary Objectives
To characterize the toxicity and tolerability of single-agent ibrutinib
To characterize the progression-free (PFS) and overall survival (OS)
To determine the rate of MRD-negative CR at 32 weeks
To characterize immunologic outcomes during ibrutinib treatment
To explore the effect of ibrutinib on traditional and new biomarkers in
HCL including:
BRAFV600E in expression
pERK regulation, as well as other potential protein kinase targets
Serum soluble IL-2 receptor levels
NCI 9268 Ibrutinib for Relapsed HCL: Eligibility
 Histologically confirmed hairy cell leukemia (HCL) or
variant hairy cell leukemia (vHCL)
 For HCL:
 ≥1 prior purine nucleoside analog-containing regimen, or
 Relapsed or de novo disease if medically unfit for purine nucleoside
analog treatment
 For vHCL:
 Both previously untreated and relapsed patients are eligible
 Preserved end-organ function, ECOG ≤ 2
 Requires therapy
 Hgb <11g/dL, plts <100K/mL, ANC <1,000/mL, enlarging nodes ≥2cm
 Progressive organomegaly
 Progressive disease-related constitutional symptoms
NCI 9268 Ibrutinib for Relapsed HCL: Schema
 N = 44 patients
 6 participating centers

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