Trial Details
CC-90011 + Anti-Androgen + Steroid
Recruiting
Area of Research: Metastatic CRPC
Phase 1

A Study of CC-90011 and Comparators in Participants With Prostate Cancer

Brief Summary:

This is an open-label, positron emission tomography (PET) imaging Proof of Biology (POB) study to determine whether CC -90011 reverses, by the induction of androgen receptor (AR) expression, the castration resistance, due to lineage switch, in participants with mCRPC that have failed enzalutamide as last prior therapy. This study aims to assess whether CC-90011 can induce AR expression and, consequently, re-sensitize tumors to anti-hormonal therapy.

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1 locations available.
Prostate
Related Molecular Pathways
  • AR-LDD
    The safety and efficacy of investigational agents and/or investigational uses or combination of agents approved for other indications have not been established. There is no guarantee that investigational agents or regimens will receive health authority approval or become commercially available in any country for uses under investigation.
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