NF1-Plexiform Neurofibroma (NF1-PN) Trial (ReNeu)
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We are conducting a Phase 2b clinical trial designed to evaluate the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of mirdametinib in children 2 years or older and adults with an inoperable NF1-PN.
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What is the ReNeu trial?
The ReNeu trial is a Phase 2b clinical trial designed to evaluate the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of an investigational medicine called mirdametinib in children two years or older and adults with an inoperable NF1-PN. The ReNeu trial is an open-label study, meaning that both study participants and doctors are aware of the study treatment being given.
How often do you need to be seen as part of the trial?
Following an initial evaluation, participants will begin taking the study medication, which is available in a oral capsule or a pediatric formulation for children who cannot swallow a capsule. Participants will be asked to return to the clinic for study visits on a monthly basis for the first seven months and then every other month until the end of the study, which is two years after the first dose of study treatment.
How long does the study lasts?
Participation in the ReNeu study will last approximately two years.
What will happen during the study?
During participation in the study, participants can expect the following:
• Complete the Screening assessments to confirm they can participate
• Take the study drug by mouth in four week cycles (twice per day for three weeks, then stop for one week and repeat)
• Record each dose of the study drug in an electronic diary called an ePRO device
• Attend study visits and complete health assessments once per month for seven months, then every other month
• Participate in a monthly wellness check by phone or email (this check may be completed during study visits)
• Complete a follow-up visit 30 days after the last dose of the study drug
Participants may also have the option to continue taking the study drug for additional cycles as part of a Long-term Follow-up Phase.
How do I get involved in the ReNeu trial?
- The ReNeu trial is fully enrolled and is not accepting new patients.
- For medical professionals seeking additional information about the ReNeu trial, please email email@example.com.
- The ReNeu trial is being conducted at approximately 50 sites in the United States. Details of the trial locations can be found here.