MK-2206 and Standard Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Improves Response in Patients With Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2-Positive and/or Hormone Receptor-Negative Breast Cancers in the I-SPY 2 Trial
AuthorChien, A Jo
Albain, Kathy S
Symmans, W Fraser
Rugo, Hope S
Melisko, Michelle E
Wallace, Anne M
Ellis, Erin D
Kaplan, Henry G
Boughey, Judy C
Elias, Anthony D
Haley, Barbara B
Clark, Amy S
Lang, Julie E
Edmiston, Kirsten K
Northfelt, Donald W
Viscusi, Rebecca K
Hylton, Nola M
Van't Veer, Laura J
Buxton, Meredith B
Matthews, Jeffrey B
Hirst, Gillian L
Asare, Smita M
Berry, Donald A
Esserman, Laura J
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PublisherAMER SOC CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
CitationChien, A. J., Tripathy, D., Albain, K. S., Symmans, W. F., Rugo, H. S., Melisko, M. E., ... & Stringer-Reasor, E. (2020). MK-2206 and standard neoadjuvant chemotherapy improves response in patients with human epidermal growth factor receptor 2–positive and/or hormone receptor–negative breast cancers in the I-SPY 2 trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 38(10), 1059-1069.
JournalJOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
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AbstractPURPOSE The phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase/Akt/mammalian target of rapamycin is a key pathway of survival and therapeutic resistance in breast cancer. We evaluated the pan-Akt inhibitor MK-2206 in combination with standard therapy in patients with high-risk early-stage breast cancer. PATIENTS AND METHODS I-SPY 2 is a multicenter, phase II, open-label, adaptively randomized neoadjuvant platform trial that screens experimental therapies and efficiently identifies potential predictive biomarker signatures. Patients are categorized by human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2), hormone receptor (HR), and MammaPrint statuses in a 2 x 2 x 2 layout. Patients within each of these 8 biomarker subtypes are adaptively randomly assigned to one of several experimental therapies, including MK-2206, or control. Therapies are evaluated for 10 biomarker signatures, each of which is a combination of these subtypes. The primary end point is pathologic complete response (pCR). A therapy graduates with one or more of these signatures if and when it has an 85% Bayesian predictive probability of success in a hypothetical phase III trial, adjusting for biomarker covariates. Patients in the current report received standard taxane- and anthracycline-based neoadjuvant therapy without (control) or with oral MK-2206 135 mg/week. RESULTS MK-2206 graduated with 94 patients and 57 concurrently randomly assigned controls in 3 graduation signatures: HR-negative/HER2-positive, HR-negative, and HER2-positive. Respective Bayesian mean covariate-adjusted pCR rates and percentage probability that MK-2206 is superior to control were 0.48:0.29 (97%), 0.62:0.36 (99%), and 0.46:0.26 (94%). In exploratory analyses, MK-2206 evinced a numerical improvement in event-free survival in its graduating signatures. The most significant grade 3-4 toxicity was rash (14% maculopapular, 8.6% acneiform). CONCLUSION The Akt inhibitor MK-2206 combined with standard neoadjuvant therapy resulted in higher estimated pCR rates in HR-negative and HER2-positive breast cancer. Although MK-2206 is not being further developed at this time, this class of agents remains of clinical interest.
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