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FDA Presentation to the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee Tositumomab Therapeutic Regimen Corixa Corporation BLA 125011 December 17, 2002. Tositumomab Therapeutic Regimen Review Team. Product/Chairperson: Terrye G. Zaremba, Ph.D. Clinical Reviewers: Stephen Litwin, M.D.

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FDA Presentation

to the

Oncologic Drugs Advisory

Committee

Tositumomab Therapeutic Regimen

Corixa Corporation

BLA 125011

December 17, 2002

tositumomab therapeutic regimen review team
Tositumomab Therapeutic Regimen Review Team

Product/Chairperson: Terrye G. Zaremba, Ph.D.

Clinical Reviewers: Stephen Litwin, M.D.

George Mills, M.D.

Harvey Luksenburg, M.D.

Kaushikkumar Shastri, M.D.

Biostatistician: Satish Misra, Ph.D.

Pharm/Tox: Martin D. Green, Ph.D.

Radiochemistry: Leon Epps, Ph.D.

BioResearch Monitor: Mary Andrich, M.D.

Facilities Specialist: Deborah Trout, B.S.

Project Managers: Karen Jones, B.S.

Craig Doty, Pharm. D

Michael A. Noska, M.S

submission time line
SubmissionTime-Line
  • Sept 14, 2000- BLA 125011 submitted
    • RIT-II-004- 5/31/2000 study report
    • RIT-II-000 and 001- final study reports
    • RIT-II-002 and 003-interim study reports
    • ISS - 286 subjects
  • Dec 14, 2000
    • CP98-020 interim study report
    • ISS - 308 subjects
timeline 2
Timeline (2)
  • March 16, 2001 – FDA Action letter #1
    • Multiple requests for info on product characterization and manufacture
    • Inadequate efficacy database -single pivotal trial with substantially different efficacy in transformed vs. non-transformed, some supportive data submitted as interim reports
    • Inadequate safety database - substantial missing data for acute heme toxicity and delayed hematologic, thyroid and HAMA events
timeline 3
Timeline (3)
  • August 27, 2001
    • RIT-II-003 second interim report through 12/20/2000
    • ISS update – 309 patients
  • Sept 7, 2001
    • Final study report CP97-012
    • Amended study report RIT-II-002 - MIRROR panel review, data cut-off Jan. 2001
timeline 4
Timeline (4)
  • Sept 10, 2001- Corixa response to FDA letter
  • Dec 11, 2001
    • RIT-II-004- amended final study report, data cutoff Jan 2001, MIRROR panel review Sept 2001
    • ISS update – 620 patients (includes 387 from expanded access)
    • Long-term responders- various studies- MIRROR panel review
    • Additional info for CP98-020
timeline 5
Timeline (5)
  • March 5, 2002
    • ISS update: corrected errors & gave additional hematology data collected from audit at clinical study sites in 620 pts
  • March 12, 2002- FDA action letter #2
    • Need to demonstrate a meaningful therapeutic advance over existing treatment (Zevalin approved Feb. 2002)
    • Additional safety data needed
timeline 6
Timeline (6)
  • July 2, 2002
    • Case report forms and report tabulations for long-term responder subpopulation
  • July 11, 2002
    • Revised proposed indication
    • Requested accelerated approval for chemo-refractory and standard approval for Rituximab-refractory pts
    • Amendment 1 to final study report for CP97-012
timeline 7
Timeline (7)
  • October 4, 2002
    • Amendment 2 to final study report for CP97-012
  • October 30, 2002
    • Independent review for additional patients with transformed histology in CP 97-012
  • October 31, 2002 – Corixa completes response to FDA 3/12/2002 letter
timeline 8
Timeline (8)
  • December 10, 2002 –Responses to Bi Mo inspectional findings
  • Outstanding issues on clinical trial
    • identification of dose delivered vs. dose prescribed for patients in efficacy studies
    • FDA will need to confirm safety profile of proposed dose
tositumomab therapeutic regimen ttr monoclonal antibody characteristics
Tositumomab Therapeutic Regimen (TTR)Monoclonal Antibody Characteristics
  • Tositumomab and I-131-Tositumomab
  • Tositumomab also called “Anti-B1”
  • Murine IgG2a, l
  • Recognizes CD20
characteristics of cd20
Characteristics of CD20
  • Transmembrane phosphoprotein with a molecular weight of 33-37 kDa
  • Present on the surface of pre-B and mature B cells
  • Expressed on >90% of B-cell lymphomas
  • Not present on stem cells, mature plasma cells, or other nonlymphoid normal tissues
  • Is not shed or internalized upon antibody binding
monoclonal antibody characteristics 2
MonoclonalAntibody Characteristics (2)
  • Manufactured by standard tissue culture and purification techniquees
  • I-131- Tositumomab radiolabeled by the IODO-GEN® method
ttr components
TTR Components
  • Unlabeled:

-Tositumomab 3 mL vial: 35 mg @ 14 mg/mL

-Tositumomab 20 mL vial: 225mg @ 14 mg/mL

ttr components 2
TTR Components (2)
  • Labeleld (I-131-Tositumomab
    • Dosimetric vial: not less than 20 mL in a 30 mL vial. Protein concentration between 0.10 and 0.25 mg/mL. Calibrated activity of 12-18 mCi.
    • Therapeutic vial: not less than 20 mL in a 30 mL vial. Protein concentration between 1.1 and 2.5 mg/mL. Calibrated activity of 112-168
t tr procedure
TTR Procedure

Step 1 – Imaging

  • Tositumomab 450 mg in 0.9% NaCl injection in total volume of 50 mL IV over 60 minutes
  • I-131 Tositumomab (dosimetric) 5 mCi + 35 mg Tositumomab in 0.9% NaCl injection in total volume of 30 mL IV over 20 minutes
t tr procedure18
TTR Procedure

Step 2 - Therapy (7-14 days post imaging)

  • Tositumomab 450 mg in 0.9% NaCl injection in total volume of 50 mL IV over 60 minutes
  • I-131-Tositumomab (therapeutic) 35 mg containing the patient-specific dose (mCi) IV over 20 minutes
t tr procedure19
TTR Procedure
  • Thyroid protective agent is given beginning at least 24 hours prior to the first infusion of I-131 Tositumomab (dosimetric dose) and continues for 14 days following the last infusion of I-131 Tositumomab (therapeutic dose).
remaining cmc issues
Remaining CMC Issues
  • A number of manufacturing issues remain to be resolved
  • One contract facility remains to be inspected