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|Eligible Ages||21 Years and Over|
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|Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian|
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|Deborah Fridman, PsyD, RN|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian|
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This will be a phase II clinical trial to assess the potential clinical value of 89Zr-DFO-daratumumab immunoPET. 60 patients with multiple myeloma (MM) and a plan for daratumumab containing combination therapy will be enrolled. Prior to therapy, current standard of care (SoC), as well as a research 89Zr-DFO-daratumumab PET/CT, tests will be performed. Patients will then undergo standard of care therapy for myeloma as defined by a medical oncologist and SoC response assessments as defined by the International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG). Upon suspected complete response (CR) or completion of 12 cycles of therapy, a repeat research 89Zr-DFO-daratumumab PET/CT will be repeated and standard of care minimal residual disease (MRD) assessment will be performed. This design will determine how 89Zr-DFO-daratumumab immunoPET compares with current methods of measuring and localizing disease prior to therapy, if immunoPET can predict response to therapy, and how immunoPET compares with current methods of detecting MRD after therapy. The therapy in this trial is standard of care. The research component is the addition of a novel immunoPET imaging test before and after standard of care therapy, to determine if the novel imaging test adds value over current measures of myeloma disease burden.
Experimental: CD38-positive multiple myeloma
Patients with CD38 positive multiple myeloma with be enrolled. Patients will undergo pretreatment evaluation with standard of care diagnostic tests, as well as experimental 89Zr-daratumumab PET/CT. Patients will then undergo a course of standard of care therapy as defined by a medical oncologist. Following therapy, patients will repeat standard of care diagnostic tests, as well as experimental 89Zr-daratumumab PET/CT. Data analysis will be performed to evaluate 89Zr-daratumumab against standard of care diagnostic tests for the detection and localization of active disease before and after therapy.
Drug: - 89Zr-daratumumab PET/CT
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