Immunization With IMM-101 vs Observation for Prevention of Respiratory and Severe COVID-19 Related Infections in Cancer Patients at Increased Risk of Exposure

Official Title

COV-IMMUNO: A Randomized, Phase III Trial of Immunization With IMM-101 Versus Observation for the Prevention of Severe Respiratory and COVID-19 Related Infections in Cancer Patients at Increased Risk of Exposure

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to find out if immunization with IMM-101 will reduce the incidence of severe respiratory and COVID-19 infections in cancer patients.

Trial Description

Primary Outcome:

  • The rate of "flu-like illness" which includes:
Secondary Outcome:
  • The incidence of documented COVID-19 infection (confirmed by any Health Canada approved COVID-19 test. Both symptomatic and asymptomatic infections will be documented
  • The rate of severe respiratory and COVID-19 infection defined as a confirmed COVID-19 infection leading to hospitalization, ICU admission or death
  • The number of events that meet the definition of the primary endpoint, as measured within the one-year follow-up (patients may meet the primary endpoint more than once and be counted multiple times).
  • The incidence of COVID-19 seroconverted patients between baseline, 3 months, 6 months and 12 months
  • The incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (in the unit of CAD$ per life-years gained) measured with EQ-5D-5L
  • Failure-free survival, as time from enrollment to recurrence or progression declared by the investigator on the basis of objective standard evaluation consistent with the disease site or death
  • Overall survival (OS), as time from enrollment to death from any cause
  • Incidence, frequency, and severity of AEs considered possibly, probably or definitely related to receipt of IMM-101
  • Incidence and frequency of local injection site reactions subsequent to IMM-101 administration
  • Incidence and duration of ICU admission related to documented COVID-19 infection
There is currently no vaccination available for COVID-19. However, there are vaccinations for the seasonal flu and pneumonia. IMM-101 is a new type of immune stimulating therapy being developed for the treatment of cancer that may also help in preventing severe respiratory and COVID-19 infections. Laboratory tests show that IMM-101 works by activating parts of the immune system that are also involved with protecting against viral and bacterial infections, so that if you are exposed to these types of infections your body may be able fight off the infection better. That could help prevent severe symptoms from respiratory and COVID-19 related infections. It has been studied in over 300 cancer patients who have also been receiving other cancer treatments, including chemotherapy and radiation, and seems promising, but it is not clear if it can offer better results than not having the immunization at all.

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Resources

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