Cerulea Clinical Trials

Science and Research

421-01-02

A Phase 1/2, Adaptive, Multiple Dose-Ranging Study Evaluating the Safety, Tolerability, Pharmacokinetics, and Clinical Efficacy of Lonigutamab in Subjects with Thyroid Eye Disease (TED).

Overview

The 421-01-02 trial is testing a new potential treatment for Thyroid Eye Disease (TED).
Patients with TED can experience symptoms such as redness, irritation and swelling around the eyes.
The drug being investigated in this study is called Lonigutamab (previously known as VB421) and is an anti-IGF-1R monoclonal antibody which will be administered as a subcutaneous injection weekly for 12 weeks.
The main goal of this study is to learn how safe and tolerable Lonigutamab is, and also to assess its effectiveness of reducing TED symptoms.
As part of the study, suitable participants will be screened to determine their eligibility.
This study would require participants to attend CERA for a minimum of 11 visits for the 6-month duration of the trial.
For further information about this study please contact the Clinical Trials Research Centre on (03) 99298076 or email trials@cera.org.au.

  • Principal Investigator
Dr Jwu Jin Khong

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