Patients will be randomized in phase II trials to continue on the same TKI versus one of the alternative treatment approaches. If a patient is not eligible for one of the treatments, he (she) will be randomized between the options for which he (she) is eligible.
The trial will start with current available treatment options (experimental arms). New available treatment options may be open at any times later on. Authorized TKIs are imatinib, nilotinib, dasatinib, bosutinib and ponatinib.
For all options the treatment duration is for a minimum of 12 months and will be continued in the absence of adverse events following investigator decision. Each therapeutic option will be detailed in term of combination modalities, dose, dose adaptation, specific warnings, specific exclusion and inclusion criteria. The decision to introduce a new option will depend on the general pace of recruitment and on the assessment of the potential efficacy and safety of the new treatment, and will be implemented after scientific review by a protocol amendment.
Patients will be randomised to continue on TKI (same daily dose) versus one of the alternative novel treatment approaches. If a patient is not eligible for one of the treatments, he can be randomised for the options for which he is eligible. All treatment options may be open at all times. Investigators must specify before randomization for which treatment option they want their patient be included and randomized.
Perspectives New treatment options will be introduced over time. The decision to introduce a new option will depend on the general pace of recruitment and the assessment of the potential efficacy and safety of the new treatment in this patient population, and will be implemented after scientific review by a protocol amendment.
The available treatment arms are:
Planned treatment arms for the future may be :
Daily dose and schedule identical to the daily dose and schedule administered during the last 3 months
2. Pioglitazone arm
30 mg per day for 12 months. The dose will be increased to 45 mg per day after 2 months in the absence of grade >1 related AE.
Continue TKI at the same daily dose and STOP pioglitazone.
3. AVELUMAB arm
|Clinical Study Identifier||NCT02767063|
|Last Modified on||13 August 2020|
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