Hyper-Personalized Medicine Using Patient Derived Xenografts (PDXovo) for Metastatic Solid Tumors (PDXovo)

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    Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Updated on 22 April 2022
cancer
measurable disease
carcinoma
solid tumors
curative surgery
metastatic cancer
kidney cancer
nephrectomy
metastatic renal cell carcinoma

Summary

The Investigators will use novel PDX (patient-derived xenograft) technology to form xenografts using material from metastatic solid tumor patients. Xenografts will be treated with a panel of drugs to determine which agent(s) yield the greatest anti-tumor effect on the xenograft.

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The goal is to use PDXovos, which are chick embryos cultivated in an ex ovo fashion that will act as a xenograft host, for drug paneling. Chick embryos as a PDX host model system offer multiple advantages, such as increased tumor take rates, rapid drug testing, a short evaluation timeframe, and an undeveloped adaptive immune system. Collectively, these advantages allow for implantation of tumor xenografts, subsequent growth in vivo, subsequent drug challenge, and subsequent evaluation for anti-tumor effects.

Patients with metastatic forms of solid tumors will be enrolled regardless of subtype. Metastases will be provided either via metastasectomy or needle core biopsy of metastatic deposits. Spinal and intracranial metastases will be included. Thoracentesis and paracentesis fluid samples yielding tumor tissue will also be included.

Tissue will be processed and briefly cultured in vitro. Upon authentication and expansion to a suitable number of cells, xenografts will be formed in the chick embryo pre-clinical model. After implantation (2 days later), drug treatments will be applied topically to each xenograft's surface. Drug treatments are: sunitinib, pazopanib, axitinib, temsirolimus, cabozantinib, gemcitabine (N>18/treatment group).

Evaluation of xenografts for anti-tumor effects will be performed via ultrasound imaging (changes in tumor volume and tumor vascularity) and confirmed by histology (H&E, TUNEL, CD31+ microvessel density). Treatments will be compared to vehicle control (5% DMSO in saline) treated xenografts. ANOVA (2-way, p<0.01, bon ferroni alpha corrected) analysis will be performed to identify treatments that lead to the greatest decrease in tumor volume and tumor vascularity (ultrasound imaging metrics). Agents identified will not be used to intervene in clinical care. Objective response rates with clinically chosen drug in each patient will be compared to the corresponding PDX drug panel results using kappa analysis.

Details
Condition Kidney Neoplasm, Carcinoma, Renal Cell, Metastatic Solid Tumor
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04602702
SponsorSunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Last Modified on22 April 2022

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Inclusion Criteria

i) Age 18+ ii) localized solid tumor irrespective of subtype undergoing curative surgery
iii) Consent to provide tumor tissue for this research
Metastatic cancer inclusion criteria
i) Age 18+ ii) metastatic cancer irrespective of subtype undergoing a needle biopsy or
resection of lung, liver or brain as part of their routine clinical care
iii) metastatic cancer irrespective of disease site undergoing a thoracentesis or
paracentesis as part of their routine clinical care
iv) measurable disease as per RECIST 1.1 criteria v) Consent to provide tumor tissue for
this research
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