CDX-1127 is a fully human monoclonal antibody that binds to a molecule called CD27 found on certain immune cells and also on certain hematologic tumor cells and may act to promote anti-tumor effects. This study will evaluate the safety and activity of escalating doses of CDX-1127 in patients with B-cell hematologic malignancies known to express CD27 and solid tumors that are more likely to be responsive to the immune system. Eligible patients who enroll in the study will be assigned to one of 5 dose levels of CDX-1127. The first phase of the study will test the safety profile of CDX-1127 and will assess which dose to test in future studies. During the second phase, cohorts of approximately 15 patients each will receive the study treatment to continue to evaluate the safety profile of CDX-1127 and to determine if it has an effect on their cancer. Expansion cohorts may be limited to one or more tumor types. Patients enrolled in the study may receive study treatment for up to 5 cycles, until their disease has progressed or until it is necessary to stop the treatment for safety or other reasons. All patients enrolled in the study will be closely monitored to determine if their cancer is responding to treatment and for any side effects that may occur.
Last updated: 05/23/2013