Trial Purpose

Substudy 02B is part of a larger research study where researchers are looking for new ways to treat advanced melanoma that has not been treated before. The larger study is the umbrella study. Researchers want to know if adding other treatments to pembrolizumab can treat advanced melanoma. The goals of this study are to learn:

* About the safety and how well people tolerate pembrolizumab given with other treatments
* How many people have melanoma that responds (gets smaller or goes away) to treatment

Arm 1: Pembrolizumab + Vibostolimab was added in the base protocol on 13-Nov-2019, and enrollment into this arm has been completed. Arm 2: Pembrolizumab was added in the base protocol on 13-Nov-2019, and enrollment stopped prematurely on 15-Aug-2022. Arm 3: Coformulation Pembrolizumab/Quavonlimab was added in Amendment 01 on 20-Oct-2020, and enrollment stopped prematurely on 15-Aug-2022. Arm 4: Coformulation Pembrolizumab/Quavonlimab + Lenvatinib was added in Amendment 01 on 20-Oct-2020, and enrollment is ongoing. Arm 5: Coformulation Favezelimab/Pembrolizumab, Arm 6: Coformulation Favezelimab/Pembrolizumab + All-trans Retinoic Acid (ATRA), and Arm 7: Coformulation Favezelimab/Pembrolizumab + Vibostolimab were added in Amendment 04 on 10-May-2023, and enrollment for these arms will be initiated in July 2023.

View full trial information on Clinicaltrials.gov

NATIONAL TRIAL REFERENCE NUMBER

NCT04305054

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Eligibility

Only a qualified healthcare professional can determine if you are eligible to take part in a clinical trial. However, this information may be useful in starting a conversation with your doctor.

Conditions

Melanoma

Age Range

18 - 120

Sex

ALL

About the trial

Current trial phase

Trial PHASE1

Investigational medication is tested for safety on a relatively small group of 20 to 100 volunteers who are usually healthy, but not always. Phase 1 trials may happen in a doctor’s office or a hospital.

Trial PHASE2

In Phase 2 trials, researchers try to find out if a treatment works in about 100 to 500 participants – usually people who have the health condition the treatment is intended to treat. In vaccine trials, the participants are usually healthy. Phase 2 trials may happen in a doctor’s office, a clinic, or a hospital.

Trial start and end dates
  • Trial start date July 1, 2020
  • Estimated primary completion date April 3, 2030
  • Estimated trial completion date April 3, 2030

Trial locations

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What can you do next?

If you think this clinical trial might be a good fit and you are interested in taking part, take the next step to see if you are eligible.

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NATIONAL TRIAL REFERENCE NUMBER

NCT04305054

When you talk with your doctor or clinical trial team member, please have the trial identifier number available.

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  • The investigational treatment that is being studied
  • What the risks and possible benefits are for participants

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