Purpose

This two-part, part 1: open-label extension (OLE) and part 2: safety monitoring (SM) study will examine the efficacy and safety of continued etrolizumab treatment in moderate to severe ulcerative colitis (UC) participants previously enrolled in etrolizumab Phase II/III studies. Participants with moderate to severe UC who were enrolled in the Phase II OLE study (GA27927 [NCT01461317]) or the Phase III studies (GA28948 [NCT02163759], GA28949 [NCT02171429], GA28950 [NCT02100696], GA29102 [NCT02165215], and GA29103 [NCT02136069]) were included. Participants from the Phase II OLE study or the Phase III studies who are not eligible or willing to receive etrolizumab in the OLE-SM study, and who have completed the 12-week safety follow-up period will be enrolled in Part 2. Part 1 of OLE-SM will continue for up to 9 years after the first participant is enrolled into the study. Following Part 1, participants will enter Part 2 for a period of 92 weeks.

Condition

Eligibility

Eligible Ages
Over 18 Years
Eligible Genders
All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
No

Inclusion Criteria

Part 1 (Open-label Extension)

- Participants previously enrolled in the Phase II OLE study or Phase III controlled studies who meet the eligibility criteria for open-label etrolizumab for those studies as described in the protocol

Part 2 (Safety Monitoring)

- Participants whose safety follow-up or PML follow-up is not completed within Study GA27927 and participants who had their last dose of etrolizumab in July 2016 in Study GA27927 and are not eligible or willing to enroll in Part 1 (OLE)

- Participants who participated in one of the etrolizumab Phase III studies and are not eligible or willing to enter Part 1 (OLE)

- Participants who transfer from Part 1 (OLE)

- Completion of the 12-week safety follow-up prior to entering.

Exclusion Criteria

Part 1 (Open-label Extension)

- Withdrawal of consent from and participant not compliant in the Phase II OLE study or any of the Phase III studies

- Participant who discontinued etrolizumab/etrolizumab placebo prior to Week 10 or did not perform the Week 10 visit of the Phase III Studies GA28948, GA28949, GA29102, and GA29103

- Participant who discontinued etrolizumab/etrolizumab placebo prior to Week 14 or did not perform the Week 14 visit of the Phase III Study GA28950

- Any new, significant, uncontrolled condition

Study Design

Phase
Phase 3
Study Type
Interventional
Intervention Model
Single Group Assignment
Primary Purpose
Treatment
Masking
None (Open Label)

Arm Groups

ArmDescriptionAssigned Intervention
Experimental
Part 1: Open-label Extension
Participants with moderate to severe UC who were enrolled in the Phase II OLE study or the Phase III studies, and who meet the eligibility criteria for enrollment will receive open-label etrolizumab in Part 1 (OLE).
  • Drug: Etrolizumab
    Participants will receive etrolizumab 105 milligrams (mg), administered subcutaneously (SC) every 4 weeks for up to 9 years or until either commercial availability or the Sponsor's decision to terminate the study.
    Other names:
    • PRO145223, RO5490261
No Intervention
Part 2: Safety Monitoring
All participants from Part 1 (OLE), participants whose PML follow-up is not completed within the Phase II OLE study, and participants transferring from the Phase III double-blind studies after the 12-week safety follow-up will be monitored for PML (92 weeks).

Recruiting Locations

Massachusetts General Hospital; Crohn's & Colitis Center
Boston, Massachusetts 02114

More Details

NCT ID
NCT02118584
Status
Recruiting
Sponsor
Hoffmann-La Roche

Study Contact

Reference Study ID Number: GA28951 www.roche.com/about_roche/roche_worldwide.htm
888-662-6728 (U.S. and Canada)
global-roche-genentech-trials@gene.com

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