AML 19 – Clinical Trial Open to Recruitment

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AML 19

  1. SUB-TYPE OF MDS: MDS with 10% bone marrow blasts OR more; also acute myeloid leukaemia
  2. SEVERITY OF MDS: Intermediate – 2 or High Risk
  3. NAME OF DRUG: Mylotarg, CPX-351 (a novel drug which combines two anti-cancer drugs - cytarabine and daunorubicin in a new formulation)
  4. Aims and benefits: This trial is designed for adult patients aged 18 to 60 years but also for patients aged 60 years or over for whom intensive therapy is considered appropriate. It aims to answer several therapeutic questions including
    • To determine if a new dosing schedule of Mylotarg (two doses) is better than the current standard of a single dose.
    • Is survival improved by different chemotherapy regimens (eg. FLAG-Ida + Mylotarg vs DA + Mylotarg).
    • Is the novel drug CPX-351 better than FLAG-Ida when used in patients considered to be at high risk of relapse or in those found to have poor risk cytogenetics.
  5. Basic inclusion criteria:
    • Acute myeloid leukaemia or high risk Myelodysplastic Syndrome (>10% bone marrow blasts)
    • 18 years up to the age of 60, but patients over this age are eligible if intensive therapy is considered a suitable option.
    • Suitable for intensive chemotherapy
    • Adequate kidney function
  6. Basic exclusion criteria:
    • Patients who previously received demethylation treatment (eg. Azacitidine) for high risk MDS (>10% blasts)
    • Previous chemotherapy for acute myeloid leukaemia
    • Concurrent active malignancy excluding basal cell carcinoma
    • Pregnant or lactating
    • Known infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  7. Trial sites/locations and name of physician in charge of trial: 
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