Melanoma Clinical Trial
A Study of Concurrent Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy With Opdualag in Metastatic Uveal Melanoma
This is a phase 2 trial of concurrent stereotactic radiation therapy (SBRT) with immunotherapy with ipilimumab and nivolumab for up to two years. SBRT will be given in three doses of 15Gy each to 1-5 separate metastases. Ipilimumab will be given at 1mg/kg q 6 weeks for 12 doses, and nivolumab will be given 360mg every 3 weeks for 2-3 years.
Metastatic uveal melanoma has no standard therapy, but there is evidence that both radiation therapy and immunotherapy may be helpful and may be synergistic. This is a phase 2 trial of concurrent stereotactic radiation therapy (SBRT) with immunotherapy with Opdualag (nivolumab 480mg and relatlimab 160mg) for up to two years. SBRT will be given in three doses of 15Gy each to 1-5 separate metastases, limiting the total dosage to 700cc's of normal liver to <15Gy. Opdualag (nivolumab 480mg and relatlimab 160mg) will be given every 4 weeks for two years. Objectives are to determine the safety and tolerability, and iRECIST will be used to determine responses.We will treat up to 50 patients.
measurable metastatic uveal melanoma.
No concomitant therapy.
Prior PD1 or tebendafesp allowed.
Performance status 0-1.
No active Hepatitis B.
No known HIV infection.
WBC>2000, ANC>1500, Hgb >8.
Creatinine < 3 x ULN.
AST & ALT < 2.5 x ULN Bilirubin < 2 x ULN.
Liver tumor volume > 50%.
Active CNS metastases.
Prior therapy with Opdualag or relatlimab
Certain autoimmune diseases.
Previous liver embolization or radiation.
Use of systemic steroids
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