Trial Purpose

The purpose of this Phase 2/3, randomized, multisite, open-label, dose confirmation, and expansion study is to evaluate the safety, and efficacy of zilovertamab vedotin (ZV) in combination with standard of care options for the treatment of rrDLBCL. This study will be divided into 2 parts: Dose Confirmation (Part 1) and Efficacy Expansion (Part 2) and will enroll participants who are at least 18 years of age with rrDLBCL. The hypotheses are: ZV in combination with rituximab, gemcitabine, and oxaliplatin (R-GemOx) is superior to R-GemOx with respect to progression-free survival (PFS) per Lugano response criteria by blinded independent review committee (BICR); and that ZV in combination with bendamustine rituximab (BR) is superior to BR with respect to PFS per Lugano response criteria by BICR.

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NATIONAL TRIAL REFERENCE NUMBER

NCT05139017

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Eligibility

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Conditions

Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma, DLBCL

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Age Range

18+

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Sex

All

About the trial

All patients who enroll in the trial will receive medication while on the study.

100% will receive zilovertimab vedotin along with chemoimmunotherapy in Part 1

54% will receive zilovertimab vedotin along with chemoimmunotherapy in Part 2

46% will receive chemoimmunotherapy alone in Part 2

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Trial Phase 2

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 Phase 3

In Phase 3 trials, researchers try to find out if a treatment works in a large number of people, usually about 1,000 to 5,000 participants who have the health condition the treatment is intended to treat. In vaccine trials, the participants may be healthy or have diseases or conditions. Phase 3 trials may happen in a doctor’s office, a clinic, or a hospital.

Trial start Icon Trial start and end dates
  • Trial start date January 14, 2022
  • Estimated primary completion date December 16, 2024
  • Estimated trial completion date December 16, 2024

Trial locations

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NATIONAL TRIAL REFERENCE NUMBER

NCT05139017

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

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