CaRe PC is an open label Phase I/II trial that will test up to three doses of INKmune™ in men with mCRPC. INKmune™ is given as out-patient therapy via intravenous infusion three times in the first two weeks of treatment (days 1, 8 and 15). The patient is followed for six months with careful study of immunologic and anti-cancer responses to INKmune™ treatment. Immune responses include changes in numbers of tumor killing memory-like NK cells in the patient’s blood and how long these specialized NK cells remain in the circulation. Anti-tumor responses will be monitored by following the level of prostatic surface antigen (PSA) in the blood, as well as using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to quantify the number and size of metastatic lesions using piflufolastat F 18 – a PSMA (prostate-specific membrane antigen) imaging agent developed by Lantheus, and by measuring circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) in the blood. As many as 30 patients will receive one of three levels of dose of INKmune™ (low, medium, high).
PYLARIFY AI™ (aPROMISE) is the only deep learning enabled FDA-cleared medical device software to offer standardized PSMA PET reporting on PSMA PET/CT images, including those achieved using PYLARIFY® (piflufolastat F18) PET/CT.1 Standardized PSMA PET reporting provides consistent and precise disease burden quantification in support of patient management and tracking over time. 2,3,4