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AMG 479

Protocol No. VICCPHI0542 Principal Investigator Puzanov, Igor Phase Phase I Age Group Adult Scope National Secondary Protocol No. 20050118 Title A Phase I, Open-Label, Dose Finding Study Evaluating the Safety and Pharmacokinetics of AMG 479 in Subjects with Advanced Solid Tumors Objective The purpose of this study is to determine the best and safest dose of AMG 479 and how often it should be taken. Treatment This study involves the drug AMG 479. Description Patients are being asked to take part in this study because they have advanced cancer for which there is no known effective treatment or prior treatment is no longer working for the patient. This study will be using the drug AMG 479 - which is an investigational drug (meaning not approved by the Food and Drug Administration). AMG 479 is a monoclonal antibody. Monoclonal antibodies can locate and bind to cells wherever they are in the body. Many monoclonal antibodies are used in finding or treating cancer cells. The study drug blocks the interaction of insulin like growth factors with their receptor (the insulin like growth factor type 1 receptor). AMG 479 has been shown to stop the growth of cancer cells in several laboratory tests. This is the first time that AMG 479 has been given to humans.

The purpose of this study is to test the safety of AMG 479, how it is processed in the body, and to see if there is an effect on the patient's cancer. This study involves two parts. In Part One, called dose escalation, the purpose is to test the safety of AMG 479 at different doses. It is expected that 3 subjects will be in each group for each dose tested. In Part Two, called dose expansion, patients will be given one of the two highest doses from Part One that also were found to be safe. The purpose is to see what effects (good or bad) these doses of AMG 479 have on the patient and their cancer, and to learn more about how it works in the body. If a patient is eligible and participates, there is a 100% chance that they will receive AMG 479.

About 50 patients total will take part in this study, about 25 here at Vanderbilt.

Applicable Disease Sites Phase I

Therapies Mol. targeted/Immunotherapy/Biologics Drugs AMG 479 Status Open

Eligibility Document PHI 0542 Eligibility 19DEC06.htm

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