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1 TB Drug Co-Development Roundtable: TMC207 (bedaquiline) Chrispin Kambili, M.D. CPTR meeting Oct 04, To edit footers: "insert tab>header and footer" and apply to all

2 Why MDR? Current SOC in DS TB: –95% effective – Inexpensive (USD 36/regimen) TMC 207 interaction w/rifampicininteraction w/rifampicin MDR-TB: greater medical need –Current SOC only ~60% effective –Requires 5-6 second line drugs to create a regimen which is more expensive, less effective, and associated with more side effects. –Long treatment duration (typically months) –Huge fiscal burden to public health systems MDR TB is a time bomb.* * Margaret Chan, WHO Director General, Beijing, 2009

3 Bedaquiline Development Plan Non-Clinical 11 trials C pts C pts C208 Stage 1 MDR-TB pts C208 Stage 1 MDR-TB pts C209, 233 MDR, pre-XDR, XDR-TB pts C209, 233 MDR, pre-XDR, XDR-TB pts Phase II Phase I Phase III C210, ~600 MDR, pre-XDR-TB pts C210, ~600 MDR, pre-XDR-TB pts Non Clinical C208 Stage 2, MDR-TB pts C208 Stage 2, MDR-TB pts

4 Intro: Clinical Development Status PhIIb Key Phase I PK findings Linear PK Positive food effect (2-fold increase in exposure) Administration of rifampin lowers TMC207 levels 50% (CYP3A4) Administration of LPV/r modestly increased TMC207 exposure (22%). Administration of NVP does not affect TMC207 exposure Long terminal elimination half-life (steady state levels not achieved by day 14) Key Phase II findings TMC207-C202: Proof of Principle demonstrated in a one-week EBA trial TMC207-C208 Stage I: TMC207 added to a 5-drug BR increased culture conversion by ~40% at 8 weeks in MDRTB – TMC207-C208 Stage II: in a placebo controlled trial, TMC207 added to a 5-drug BR resulted in faster culture conversion (12 wks vs 18 wks; p = 0.003) and higher proportion of sputum culture conversions (79% vs 58%; p=0.008) at 24 weeks. McNeeley D, et al. IUATLD oral Van Heeswijk et al., ICAAC 2007, A-780 Van Heeswijk, et al., IUATLD 2007, PS Van Heeswijk et al, IAS 2010, WEPE0097 Van Heeswijk et al, IAS 2011, MOPE172 Rustomjee et al., AAC 2008, 52, 2832 Diacon et al., NEJM 2009, 360, 2397 McNeeley et al, IUATLD, 2010 Session N.00189

5 More Effective Treatment Improved Safety / Tolerability Shortening Treatment Duration Simplified Regimens 4 Objectives for Development of New MDR-TB Therapy

6 Dec 2012: TMC207-C210: Phase III superiority design: A new short course regimen in MDR-TB 5 BR = K( 4m )PrHLECZ (6m) + LECZ (3m)

7 Change an antiquated, cumbersome, treatment paradigm Contribute to the realization of global ambitions to eradicate TB by 2050 Forge a sustainable model(s) to develop medicines that address neglected diseases Save the lives of nearly 150,000 people who die each year from MDR- TB around the world We hope to… Photo courtesy of James NachtweyJames Nachtwey

8 June 29, 2012: Janssen submitted a New Drug Application (NDA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seeking accelerated approval for bedaquiline (TMC207), as part of combination therapy for pulmonary multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). –This is the first NDA to seek an indication for MDR-TB. –Priority review has been granted August 31, 2012: Janssen announced submission of a Marketing Authorisation Application to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) seeking conditional approval for bedaquiline (TMC207), to be used as part of combination therapy for pulmonary, multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in adults. Current status

9 FDA Advisory Committee: FDA Advisory committee meeting to discuss TMC207 (bedaquiline) scheduled for Nov 28, 2012

10 Thank you! Questions?


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