Dupilumab for the Treatment of Chronic Inducible Cold Urticaria in Patients Who Remain Symptomatic Despite the Use of H1-antihistamine (LIBERTY-CINDU CUrIADS)
Brief description of study
To demonstrate the efficacy of dupilumab in adult and adolescent participants with primary acquired chronic inducible cold urticaria (ColdU) who remain symptomatic despite the use of an H1-antihistamine
To demonstrate the efficacy of dupilumab on primary acquired chronic inducible ColdU disease control To demonstrate the efficacy of dupilumab on primary acquired chronic inducible ColdU local signs and symptoms (hives/wheals, itch, burning sensation and pain) after provocation test To demonstrate the efficacy of dupilumab on primary acquired chronic inducible ColdU disease activity To demonstrate improvement in health-related quality-of-life and overall disease status and severity To evaluate the ability of dupilumab in reducing the proportion of participants who require rescue therapy To evaluate the proportion of participants with cold exposure triggered urticaria To evaluate safety outcome measures To evaluate immunogenicity of dupilumab
Detailed description of study
The duration of study for each participant will include 2-4 weeks of screening period, 24 weeks of treatment period and 12 weeks of post treatment period.
Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04681729
Eligibility of study
You may be eligible for this study if you meet the following criteria:
- Conditions: Cold Urticaria
Age: Between 12 Years - 80 Years
Gender: Male or Female
Inclusion criteria :
- Participant must be ≥12 years to 80 years of age inclusive at the time of signing the informed consent
- Participants who have a diagnosis of primary acquired chronic inducible ColdU defined as recurrence of itchy wheals and/or angioedema due to cold for longer than 6 weeks prior to screening visit (Visit 1)
- Participants with positive ice cube provocation test, ie, presenting at least a confluent hive/wheal on the exposed skin area, at the screening visit (Visit 1) and randomization visit (Visit 2)
- Participants meeting at least 1 of the following criteria despite regular/daily or as
needed use of H1-antihistamine (AH):
- Urticaria Control Test (UCT) (4 item) <12 at the screening visit (Visit 1) and randomization visit (Visit 2)
- Within 6 months prior to the screening visit, documented medical history of cold exposure triggered anaphylaxis or oropharyngeal edema
- Within 6 months prior to the screening visit, documented medical history of cold exposure triggered urticaria requiring emergency medical care visit or treatment with epinephrine
- Participants using a study defined H1-antihistamine regularly/daily or as needed for
primary acquired chronic inducible cold urticaria Body weight ≥30 kg
- Clearly defined underlying etiology for urticaria other than primary acquired chronic inducible ColdU
- Presence of skin morbidities other than cold urticaria that may interfere with the assessment of the study outcomes
- Active atopic dermatitis
- Severe concomitant illness(es) that, in the investigator's judgment, would adversely affect the patient's participation in the study
- Active tuberculosis or non-tuberculous mycobacterial infection, or a history of incompletely treated tuberculosis unless documented adequately treated.
- Diagnosed active endoparasitic infections; suspected or high risk of endoparasitic infection
- Active chronic or acute infection requiring treatment with systemic antibiotics, antivirals, antiprotozoals, or antifungals within 2 weeks before the screening visit and during the screening period
- Known or suspected immunodeficiency
- Active malignancy or history of malignancy within 5 years before the baseline visit, except completely treated in situ carcinoma of the cervix, completely treated and resolved non-metastatic squamous or basal cell carcinoma of the skin
- History of systemic hypersensitivity or anaphylaxis to omalizumab or any biologic therapy, including any excipients
- Participation in prior dupilumab clinical study, or have been treated with commercially available dupilumab.
The above information is not intended to contain all considerations relevant to a patient's potential participation in a clinical trial.
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