Drugs for Her 2 Neu

Drugs and Trial information
If you see a mistake in my list or have something to add - Please let me know. Thank you.

Currently there is no standard of care after 2nd line drug Kadcyla (TDM-1).



DRUGS used for Her 2 neu + Breast Cancer
  
Brand Name            Generic name
Taxol                  =      paclitaxel
Taxotere            =      docetaxol
Xeloda               =      capecitabine
Tykerb               =       lapatinab - (small molecule that passes the blood brain barrier)
Herceptin         =      trastuzumab
Perjeta               =       pertuzumab
Kadcyla-TDM1 =      ado-trastuzumab emtansine (a do tras TU zoo mab emtanseen)
Nerlynx             =     neratinib (Puma Biotechnology)FDA approved early stage 2017

Other Chemo drugs that might be used. Chemo drugs may be paired with Herceptin, some probaly dependent on ER status.
Navelbine         =        vinorelbine
Gemzar             =        gemcitabine
Paraplatin        =        carboplatin
Avastin             =        bevacizumab
Halavan             =        eribulin
 
Combinations:
FIRST-LINE THERAPY 
Taxotere + Carboplatin + Herceptin
Taxotere + Herceptin + Perjeta
Taxol + Herceptin
Herceptin + Perjeta
ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) recommends stopping the taxane after 6 months of stable disease and continuing Perjeta + Herceptin.
If progression occurs without the taxane, it is recommended that the taxane is resumed or to start second-line therapy. 
Current Study:  PERUSE study evaluating Perjeta, Herceptin, and a taxane.
Taxanes are: Paclitaxel, (Taxol), Docetaxel (Taxotere) or Nabpaclitaxel (Abraxane)

SECOND-LINE THERAPY
T-DM1 (Kadcyla) alone

THIRD-LINE THERAPY and LATER LINES-no recommended regimens
Tykerb (lapatinab) + Xeloda (capecitabine)
Tykerb + Herceptin
Tykerb + Letrozole (Aromatase Inhibitor usually used with hormone positive cancer.)

Certain chemos with Herceptin

Her 2 neu drug trials

December 2017 Trial Pyrotinib and Capecitabine Now in Phase III trial. This combination is being compared to Capecitabine (Xeloda) and Lapatinab (Tykerb)

September 2017
Trial-not sure where, but in USA-ribociclib (LEE099) with herceptin or TDM-1(Kadcyla), phase Ib/II CDK 4/6 inhibitor

August 29 2017
FDA Grants Breakthrough Therapy Desgination to DS-8201 for Her2+ see here
DS-8201 delivers chemotherapy by a monoclonal antibody-- works like TDM-1. (ADC) antibody drug conjugate for metastatic patients after resisttance of refractory to TDM-1
Designation granted after stage 1 dosing trial (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02564900
Phase II study called DESTINY-Breast01 studying safety and efficacy. here
Pharmaceutical Company Daiichi Sankyo conducting trial.   

8-201 7
Pyrotinib - Phase I, targets HER1, 2, 4 find it here. Patients with mutations in PIK3CA and TP53 seem to do better. Out of 36 patients 50% had partial response. Medium duration of response was 32.4 weeks, medium progression free response 35.4 weeks. (Not very long but I will take what I can get.) 

6-2017 
Nerlynx (Puma Biotechnology) also known as Neratinib, FDA approved June 2017 for early stage treatment after Herceptin. Targets proteins that promote cell growth: EGFRs, HER2 and HER4.  

2017
ONT-380 (tucatinib) previously known as ARRY-380 (oral drug) small molecule/may treat brain metastases
New HER2 + Trial from Cascadian Therapeutics 12-2016
Tucatinib (ONT-380) -- small molecule, HER2 inhibitor, Phase 2 trial underway
info here and here 2017--Tucatinib earns fast track by FDA-- expansion of study. here
small molecules can get through blood brain barrier of brain.

From Cascadian Therapeutics Website: other small molecule drugs are dual inhibitors for HER1 and 2--Tykerb (lapatinib), neratinib and Gilotrif (afatinib)


Neratinib + Xeloda (Capecitabine) Study for HER2+ MBC Patients with Brain Metastases: Neratinib--orally ingested drug that crosses the blood brain barrier (BBB).  From ASCO 2017 meeting


January 2017 - onclive.com Phase III SOPHIA trial ( NCT02492711), drug margetuximab paired with herceptin or chemotherapy of physicians choice: capecitabine, gemcitabine, vinorelbine, eribulin. Enter trial after prior treatment with herceptin, perjeta, TDM-1. Patients with stable brain metastasis are eligible. Margetuximab is a Fc modified monoclonal antibody. End goal--to see if better results than of herceptin. 

12-2016
Biosimilars/biologics - drugs that are like natural substances in our bodies. Myl-1410O, similar to Herceptin, not FDA approved yet. Dec 2016--Journal of the American Medical  Association (JAMA) publishes Phase 3 data by Mylan N.V. and Biocon LTD of efficacy of biosimilar Herceptin (Trastuzumab).

11-2015
click here Medivizor Website updated Nov 2015 --"The mTOR protein is a molecule normally responsible for cell growth, division and survival. Drugs that inhibit the actions of mTOR have been the focus of recent cancer treatment research. Various mTOR inhibitors, such as everolimus (Afinitor), temsirolimus (Torisel) and sirolimus (Rapamune) are currently being investigated in clinical trials including breast cancer patients."
"Research into the use of mTOR inhibitors for the treatment of HER2-positive breast cancer patients is still in early phases. A phase one trial investigating the combination of everolimus and trastuzumab demonstrated that the combination is well tolerated and safe to use. Preliminary results from a phase II trial among recurrent breast cancer patients reported that everolimus in combination with trastuzumab and chemotherapy resulted in a stable disease (no additional growth of the cancer for 6 months) in up to 62% of patients. A large, controlled, phase III trial investigating everolimus as first choice treatment for HER2-positve breast cancer patients is currently underway."

2015
Neratinib + Temsirolimus (Neratinib-may cause severe diarrhea)

A Phase I/II Trial of Temsirolimus Plus Neratinib for Patients With Metastatic HER2-Amplified or Triple Negative Breast Cancer www.clinicaltrials.gov Began April 2015, Ends Dec 2015
The phase III ExteNET trial evaluated neratinib, an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor that blocks HER2, in patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. The 2-year invasive disease-free survival rate was 93.9% in the neratinib arm versus 91.6% with placebo, representing a 33% reduction in the risk of recurrence (HR = 0.67; P = .009). However, 95.4% of patients treated with neratinib experienced all-grade diarrhea (39.9% were grade 3/4), points out Rugo.

The rates of diarrhea seen in the ExteNET study could be related to an initial lack of antidiarrheal therapy, which caused immediate diarrhea in the majority of patients. The management of diarrhea is now better understood, and the current standard includes routine prophylaxis, says Rugo. Studies continue to assess neratininb, and there is interest in combining neratinib with trastuzumab and pertuzumab, adds Rugo.
- See more at: http://www.onclive.com/insights/breast-cancer-treatment/anti-human-epidermal-growth-factor-receptor-2-her2-treatments-in-breast-cancer#sthash.WBQCRk72.dpuf

The phase III ExteNET trial evaluated neratinib, an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor that blocks HER2, in patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. The 2-year invasive disease-free survival rate was 93.9% in the neratinib arm versus 91.6% with placebo, representing a 33% reduction in the risk of recurrence (HR = 0.67; P = .009). However, 95.4% of patients treated with neratinib experienced all-grade diarrhea (39.9% were grade 3/4), points out Rugo.

The rates of diarrhea seen in the ExteNET study could be related to an initial lack of antidiarrheal therapy, which caused immediate diarrhea in the majority of patients. The management of diarrhea is now better understood, and the current standard includes routine prophylaxis, says Rugo. Studies continue to assess neratininb, and there is interest in combining neratinib with trastuzumab and pertuzumab, adds Rugo.
- See more at: http://www.onclive.com/insights/breast-cancer-treatment/anti-human-epidermal-growth-factor-receptor-2-her2-treatments-in-breast-cancer#sthash.WBQCRk72.dpuf
The phase III ExteNET trial evaluated neratinib, an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor that blocks HER2, in patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. The 2-year invasive disease-free survival rate was 93.9% in the neratinib arm versus 91.6% with placebo, representing a 33% reduction in the risk of recurrence (HR = 0.67; P = .009). However, 95.4% of patients treated with neratinib experienced all-grade diarrhea (39.9% were grade 3/4), points out Rugo.

The rates of diarrhea seen in the ExteNET study could be related to an initial lack of antidiarrheal therapy, which caused immediate diarrhea in the majority of patients. The management of diarrhea is now better understood, and the current standard includes routine prophylaxis, says Rugo. Studies continue to assess neratininb, and there is interest in combining neratinib with trastuzumab and pertuzumab, adds Rugo. - See more at: http://www.onclive.com/insights/breast-cancer-treatment/anti-human-epidermal-growth-factor-receptor-2-her2-treatments-in-breast-cancer#sthash.WBQCRk72.dpuf
From http://www.onclive.com Phase III ExteNET trial - looked at Neratinib (an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor that blocks EGFRs, and HER2 + HER4) showed a 33% reduction in risk of invasive Her 2 neu positive breast cancer after early stage treatment. Diarrhea was problematic.  

For issues with diarrhea from Neratinib called PB272, see here 

10-4-2015 at UNC Lineberger Cancer Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina--Find it Here 
A four part, Phase I Dose-Escalation Study of the Combinations of Concurrent BKM120 and Capecitabine, or Concurrent BYL719 and Capecitabine, or Concurrent BKM120 and Capecitabine and Trastuzumab, or Concurrent BKM120 and Capecitabine and Lapatinib in Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer
BKM120
CAPECITABINE
GW572016 (LAPATINIB)
HERCEPTIN (TRASTUZUMAB)
LAPATINIB
TRASTUZUMAB
TYKERB (LAPATINIB)
XELODA (CAPECITABINE) 



There are many Phase 1 and Phase 2 trials occurring. See www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials  or   National Institutes of Health website www.clinicaltrials.gov National Institutes of Health (nih) or cancertrials.nci.nih.govIcon indicating that a link will open an external site.  

eratinib, an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor that blocks HER2, in patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. - See more at: http://www.onclive.com/insights/breast-cancer-treatment/anti-human-epidermal-growth-factor-receptor-2-her2-treatments-in-breast-cancer#sthash.WBQCRk72.dpuf


More Trials:
Afatinib (Gilotrif)--small molecule

Poziotinib - oral pan-Her inhibitor in Phase II trials. 60% response rate

Agents to overcome resistance called phosphatidylinositol 3 kinase inhibitors

Neratinib + Capacitabine   vs   Lapatinib + Capecitabine

Phase 3 trials--MM302 - similar to Kadcyla in method of delivery- I learned from Sarah Merchant's blog that the main ingredient is adriamycin.

Research happening in the PI3K gene (errors in this gene) - pathway that some Her 2 neu types use:
Trials - BGT-225 & BEZ-235

 
Some of the drugs used to treat breast cancer are also used to treat other cancers. 


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  2. Thanks for the wonderful compilation. This is very helpful!
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