What results have been seen with the GAZYVA regimen?
GAZYVA clinical study
The GAZYVA based regimen was studied in a trial of more than 1,200 patients with follicular lymphoma.
- Patients enrolled in the trial were given the GAZYVA based regimen or rituximab-based regimen, another type of antibody-based treatment. The GAZYVA based regimen was GAZYVA + chemotherapy (bendamustine, CHOP, or CVP) followed by GAZYVA alone, in patients who responded. The rituximab-based regimen was rituximab + chemotherapy (bendamustine, CHOP, or CVP) followed by rituximab alone, in patients who responded
- Patients studied had stage II bulky, III, or IV follicular lymphoma
Goal of the clinical study
- The main goal of this study was to measure the length of time
people lived without their follicular lymphoma getting worse
Results of the study
Patients were observed for an average of 38 months. Fewer patients had worsening of disease with the GAZYVA based regimen compared with patients who received the rituximab-based regimen.
The results highlighted below were from a clinical trial and may
not be the same as what you experience.
*In the clinical trial,
progression-free survival event was defined as disease progression