Capmatinib in MET Exon 14-Mutated or MET-Amplified Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer

GEOMETRY Mono-1, Juergen Wolf*, Takashi Seto, Ji-Youn Han, Noemi Reguart, Edward B. Garon, Harry J. M. Groen, Daniel S. W. Tan, Toyoaki Hida, Maja de Jonge, Sergey V. Orlov, Egbert F. Smit, Pierre-Jean Souquet, Johan Vansteenkiste, Maximilian Hochmair, Enriqueta Felip, Makoto Nishio, Michael Thomas, Kadoaki Ohashi, Ryo ToyozawaTobias R. Overbeck, Filippo de Marinis, Tae-Min Kim, Eckart Laack, Anna Robeva, Sylvie Le Mouhaer, Maeve Waldron-Lynch, Banu Sankaran, O. Alejandro Balbin, Xiaoming Cui, Monica Giovannini, Mikhail Akimov, Rebecca S. Heist

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BACKGROUND: Among patients with non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), MET exon 14 skipping mutations occur in 3 to 4% and MET amplifications occur in 1 to 6%. Capmatinib, a selective inhibitor of the MET receptor, has shown activity in cancer models with various types of MET activation. METHODS: We conducted a multiple-cohort, phase 2 study evaluating capmatinib in patients with MET-dysregulated advanced NSCLC. Patients were assigned to cohorts on the basis of previous lines of therapy and MET status (MET exon 14 skipping mutation or MET amplification according to gene copy number in tumor tissue). Patients received capmatinib (400-mg tablet) twice daily. The primary end point was overall response (complete or partial response), and the key secondary end point was response duration; both end points were assessed by an independent review committee whose members were unaware of the cohort assignments. RESULTS: A total of 364 patients were assigned to the cohorts. Among patients with NSCLC with a MET exon 14 skipping mutation, overall response was observed in 41% (95% confidence interval [CI], 29 to 53) of 69 patients who had received one or two lines of therapy previously and in 68% (95% CI, 48 to 84) of 28 patients who had not received treatment previously; the median duration of response was 9.7 months (95% CI, 5.6 to 13.0) and 12.6 months (95% CI, 5.6 to could not be estimated), respectively. Limited efficacy was observed in previously treated patients with MET amplification who had a gene copy number of less than 10 (overall response in 7 to 12% of patients). Among patients with MET amplification and a gene copy number of 10 or higher, overall response was observed in 29% (95% CI, 19 to 41) of previously treated patients and in 40% (95% CI, 16 to 68) of those who had not received treatment previously. The most frequently reported adverse events were peripheral edema (in 51%) and nausea (in 45%); these events were mostly of grade 1 or 2. CONCLUSIONS: Capmatinib showed substantial antitumor activity in patients with advanced NSCLC with a MET exon 14 skipping mutation, particularly in those not treated previously. The efficacy in MET-amplified advanced NSCLC was higher in tumors with a high gene copy number than in those with a low gene copy number. Low-grade peripheral edema and nausea were the main toxic effects. (Funded by Novartis Pharmaceuticals; GEOMETRY mono-1 number, NCT02414139.).

Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)944-957
Aantal pagina's14
TijdschriftNew England Journal of Medicine
Nummer van het tijdschrift10
StatusPublished - 3-sep.-2020

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