Tuberculosis Clinical Trials Consortium Study 35

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Jul 13, 2023
  • participants needed
    72
  • sponsor
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Updated on 24 February 2022
elisa
interferon
isoniazid
rifampin
hiv dna
interferon-gamma release assay
mycobacterium tuberculosis
rifapentine
pulmonary tuberculosis
exposure to mycobacterium tuberculosis
Accepts healthy volunteers

Summary

Hypotheses: Rifapentine (given as water-dispersible monolayer and/or fixed dose combination with isoniazid) dosing in HIV-infected and uninfected children 12 years of age with latent TB infection (LTBI) or with exposure to Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) will require higher mg/kg rifapentine dosing than adults to achieve adult- exposures which are correlated with efficacy in trials of TB prevention. Investigators further hypothesize that rifapentine will be safe and well-tolerated in HIV-infected and uninfected children who require treatment for LTBI.

Description

Design: Tuberculosis Trials Consortium Study 35 (TBTC S35) is a Phase I/II, open-label, single arm, exposure-controlled dose finding study using an adaptive design. S35 will evaluate the pharmacokinetics (PK), safety and tolerability of rifapentine given in a new fixed dose combination once-weekly, in combination with isoniazid for 12 weeks, in HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected children aged 0-12 years in whom LTBI treatment is indicated. The study utilizes a modified age de-escalation approach given the extensive PK and safety data already available in children older than 2 years of age. The protocol allows for parallel enrolment of children into cohorts 1 and 2, simultaneously, using a predetermined modeled initial dose for each cohort, separately. Similarly, cohorts 3 and 4 will be enrolled in parallel, using modeled doses for each cohort, based on data from cohorts 1 and 2 and historical data from TBTC trials.

Sample Size: Approximately 72 participants will be required to ensure a minimum number of 60 evaluable participants.

Participants will be enrolled in 4 age cohorts:

Cohort 1: 4 to 12 years Cohort 2: 24 months to < 4 years Cohort 3: 12 to < 24 months Cohort 4: 0 to <12 months

There will be a minimum of 12 participants each in cohorts 1 and 2, and 18 participants each in cohorts 3 and 4, to allow for 36 participants in the age group below 2 years, given the importance of developmental pharmacology in this youngest age group (Table 1) and the lack of historical data in this age group. Cohorts 3 and 4 will be enrolled once week 1 PK and safety data is available in cohorts 1 and 2.

Up to 18 HIV-infected children overall will be enrolled, with a target of 12 HIV-infected children overall. It is expected that most HIV-infected children will be > 3 years of age given current international recommendations regarding the use of efavirenz in children in international settings, where the study will be conducted. However, it is expected that integrase inhibitors (e.g. raltegravir) would become more routinely available during the study period, allowing younger HIV-infected children to also be enrolled on study.

Population: HIV-infected and uninfected children aged 0-12 years who could benefit from chemotherapy for LTBI to prevent the development of active tuberculosis, who have documented close recent exposure to a bacteriologically positive drug sensitive adult pulmonary TB source case, or who have proof of M. tuberculosis infection. HIV-infected children will be established on anti-retroviral therapy for at least 12 weeks prior to enrolment.

Sites

TBTC Site 33, Desmond Tutu TB Centre, Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, Stellenbosch University, South Africa TBTC Site 34, Baragwaneth, Perinatal HIV Research Unit (PHRU), Wits Health Consortium, Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa

Study Duration: Child participants will be on study for a total of 24 weeks, including a 12-week rifapentine and isoniazid dosing period, with an additional follow-up period of 12 weeks. The overall study accrual period will be approximately 18 months and the total study duration will be approximately 36 months.

Description of Agent or Intervention:

Participants will receive 12 once-weekly doses of water-dispersible rifapentine and isoniazid; the initial rifapentine dose in each age cohort will be determined based on historical population models and will be adjusted as data become available in paediatric cohorts in this study. Cohorts 1 and 2 will open up with a pre-selected modeled dose. Dose selection for cohorts 3 and 4 will be modeled from data emerging from cohorts 1 and 2 and historical data. Doses in cohorts will be adjusted as required based on interim PK and safety analyses. Isoniazid will be given at doses of up to 25 mg/kg, once weekly, in combination with pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 25 mg/kg.

Details
Condition Latent Tuberculosis
Treatment isoniazid, Rifapentine
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT03730181
SponsorCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
Last Modified on24 February 2022

Eligibility

Yes No Not Sure

Inclusion Criteria

Aged 0 - 12 years
Documented close (household or other close exposure) for at least an average 4 hours a day over the past 6 months to a bacteriologically confirmed adult (18 years or older) source case with pulmonary TB. The adult TB source case should have confirmed drug sensitive (sputum culture confirmed or XPERT MTB/Rif [Cepheid] positive TB and without any evidence of drug resistance, i.e., at least XPERT MTB/Rif rifampicin susceptible or an alternative molecular or phenotypic test indicating rifampicin susceptible M. tb) OR
Evidence of M. tb infection (positive TST 10 mm in HIV-uninfected and TST 5 mm in HIV-infected participants or a positive commercial interferon-gamma release assay, as defined by the manufacturer)
Confirmed HIV status
HIV status will be confirmed by DNA PCR and Plasma HIV-RNA if the participant
is <18 months of age
In participants 18 month of age HIV-ELISA testing will be completed. If any
HIV test is positive in a child participant, regardless of age, the test
result needs to be confirmed with a second HIV test, using HIV DNA or RNA PCR
from an independent sample
\. HIV-infected participants should be on an ART regimen for at least 12
weeks prior to enrolment and should be clinically stable before entering the
study, regardless of CD 4 count and HIV viral load. While on study
participants must be on an efavirenz- or raltegravir-based ART regimen which
should have been given for at least 14 days prior to enrolment
\. Caregiver (parent or legal guardian) gives written informed consent and
assent from the child where applicable
\. Weight > 2.5 kg but < 40 kg

Exclusion Criteria

Active TB disease (evidenced by: symptoms suggestive of TB, or suggestive findings on clinical examination, or suggestive chest radiographic findings, or positive mycobacterial culture/molecular TB tests -if culture/molecular testing was clinically indicated and was completed-, or currently on TB treatment for active disease)
Any documented drug resistant TB (DR TB) in an identified adult source case, defined as rifampicin resistance on Xpert or any other relevant approved molecular test, or phenotypic evidence of rifampicin resistance
Receipt of a once-daily isoniazid regimen for > 30 days which was given for at least 14 consecutive days in the 30 days prior to enrolment
Hb < 10 mg/dl
Weight for age z score below 2 or severe clinical malnutrition
Known allergy or hypersensitivity to isoniazid or rifapentine
Documented hepatic disorder including > 5 fold elevated upper limit of normal (ULN) ALT and/or bilirubin
Lansky play score < 50
Documentation of Hepatitis A or B infection
Female adolescents who have reached menarche will not be eligible
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