Novel PKC Inhibitor Trial to Expand Its Cohort of Patients With Solid Tumors

Source: Targeted Oncology, July 2020

The FDA granted Fast Track designation to BDTX-189 for the treatment of adult patients with solid tumors harboring an allosteric HER2 mutation or an EGFR or HER2 exon 20 insertion who have progressed following previous treatment and for whom no satisfactory alternative treatments exist, Black Diamond Therapeutics announced in a press release.1

“While targeted therapies, such as kinase inhibitors, have transformed the treatment of cancer, only a small percentage of patients with metastatic cancer have tumors with genetic profiles that could make them eligible for an approved precision oncology medicine. The FDA’s decision to grant Fast Track designation is an important recognition of BDTX-189’s potential to treat patients with currently unaddressed oncogenic mutations in EGFR and HER2,” said David M. Epstein, PhD, president, and CEO of Black Diamond Therapeutic, in the press release.

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