NICAM: Nilotinib treatment for c-KIT mutated advanced AMM
Phase II single arm study evaluating the activity of nilotinib in rare c-KIT mutated acral and mucosal melanoma (AMM). Entry into the trial is a 2 step process. Patients presenting with AMM are first registered (Step 1) for screening including confirmation of c-KIT mutation status. Eligible patients who proceed to study entry (step 2) commence treatment with nilotinib 400 mgs twice daily for as long as they continue to benefit from treatment.
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