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3209 - Fulvestrant (FUL) 500 milligrams as endocrine therapy (ET) for hormone sensitive advanced breast cancer patients. The Ful500 prospective observational trial

Date

10 Oct 2016

Session

Poster display

Presenters

Luca Moscetti

Citation

Annals of Oncology (2016) 27 (6): 68-99. 10.1093/annonc/mdw365

Authors

L. Moscetti1, M.A. Fabbri2, P. Vici3, C. Natoli4, T. Gamucci5, I. Sperduti6, L. Pizzuti3, L. Iezzi4, E. Iattoni1, C.L. Roma7, A. Vaccaro5, G. D'Auria2, M. Mauri7, E. Ruggeri2

Author affiliations

  • 1 Oncology And Hematology, Azienda Ospedaliero - Universitaria Policlinico di Modena, 41124 - Modena/IT
  • 2 Medical Oncology Department, Ospedale Belcolle, ASL di Viterbo Oncology Unit, Viterbo/IT
  • 3 Division Of Medical Oncology B, Istituto Regina Elena, 00144 - Roma/IT
  • 4 Department Of Medical , Oral And Biotechnological Sciences, Experimental And Clinical Sciences, University G D'Annunzio, 66100 - Chieti/IT
  • 5 Oncologia Medica, Ospedale SS Trinità, 03039 - Sora/IT
  • 6 Biostatistic Unit, Istituto Regina Elena, 00144 - Roma/IT
  • 7 Oncology And Hematology, S Giovanni Addolorata, Roma/IT
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Abstract 3209

Background

FUL represents a ET option for pts whose endocrine sensitive locally or advanced breast cancer (LABC) has progressed after an antiestrogen. The 500 mg monthly represents the actual standard dose showing a disease control rate of 45%-72% and a progression free survival (PFS) ranging from 6.5 to 23 months (mo) depending on treatment line. To evaluate the efficacy of FUL in unselected LABC pts we performed an observational prospective trial.

Methods

Eligible pts were women with LABC suitable for ET and who received previous treatment with either an antiestrogen or an aromatase inhibitor (AI) as a first-line therapy, or relapsing while on or within 1 year from completion of adjuvant ET. Primary end point was the clinical benefit rate (CBR), defined as complete response (CR) or partial response (PR) plus stable disease (SD) lasting >24 weeks. Secondary end points were overall survival (OS), PFS and tolerability.

Results

163 consecutive eligible pts were enrolled. Pts characteristics: median age 68 ys, PS 0/1 in 95% of pts, adjuvant ET administered in 75% of pts, 55% of pts had received first-line ET (11 tamoxifen, 78 AIs), 44% had visceral disease, 30% had bone disease, 52% of pts had more than one site of disease. Overall, CBR was reached in 59% of pts (CR + PR + SD, 95%CI 51-66). Median PFS was 7 mo (95%CI 6-8), median OS was 35 mo (95%CI 24-46). Analysis of safety did not show any relevant toxicity, no serious adverse event has been observed. In the multivariate analysis, visceral involvement showed to be prognostic factor for PFS (HR 1.60 95%CI 1.13-2.27, p 0.008), whereas previous ET in advanced setting (HR 2.11, 95%CI 1,27-3.29, p 0.004) and >1 site of metastases (HR 2.53 95%CI 1.54-4.22, p 50% (OR 3.49 95%CI 1.30-9.38, p 0.01), 1 site of metastases (OR 2.21 95%CI 1.08-4.50, p 0.03) and no previous ET for advanced disease (OR 2.24 95%CI 1.1-4.58, p 0.03) were predictive factors for CBR.

Conclusions

In this observational prospective trial, FUL showed to be a safe and active treatment and confirm the efficacy of the 500 mg dose. Treatment was very well tolerated. As expected, pts who had received first-line ET have a worse outcome and a reduced CBR.

Clinical trial identification

AUSL Viterbo Ethical committe approval for prospective observational trial nr 16889 CE 320/12, April 6 2012

Legal entity responsible for the study

Luca Moscetti

Funding

AUSL Viterbo

Disclosure

All authors have declared no conflicts of interest.

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