Background: Cutaneous immune-related adverse events (cirAEs) remain a prevalent and common sequelae of immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) therapy, often necessitating treatment interruption and prolonged immune suppression. Treatment algorithms are still poorly defined, based on single-institution case reports without adequate safety assessments, and subject to publication bias. Methods: Data in this registry were collected through a standardized REDCap form distributed to dermatologists via email listserv. Results: Ninety-seven cirAEs were reported from 13 institutions in this registry. Topical and systemic steroids were the most common treatments used; however, targeted treatment matched to disease morphology was identified at numerous sites. Novel cirAE therapy uses that to our knowledge have not been previously described were captured including tacrolimus for the treatment of follicular, bullous, and eczematous eruptions and phototherapy for eczematous eruptions. Moreover, further evidence of cirAE treatment applications sparsely described in literature were also captured in this study including dupilumab and rituximab for bullous eruptions, phototherapy for lichenoid and psoriasiform eruptions, and acitretin for psoriasiform eruptions, among others. No serious adverse events were reported. Numerous targeted therapeutics including dupilumab, rituximab, and psoriasis biologics, among others, were associated with a cirAE grade improvement of ≥2 grades in every patient treated. Conclusion: This study suggests that a multi-institutional registry of cirAEs and management is not only feasible but that the information collected can be used to detect, evaluate, and rigorously assess targeted treatments for cirAEs. Further expansion and modification to include treatment progression may allow for sufficient data for specific treatment recommendations to be made.

Detection of novel therapies using a multi-national, multi-institutional registry of cutaneous immune-related adverse events and management / Mital, Rohan; S Otto, Tracey; Savu, Andrei; Baumrin, Emily; R Cardones, Adela; Carlesimo, Marta; Caro, Gemma; Freites-Martinez, Azael; P Hirner, Jesse; Markova, Alina; N McLellan, Beth; Rossi, Alfredo; B Sauder, Maxwell; Seminario-Vidal, Lucia; Sibaud, Vincent; H Owen, Dwight; O Dulmage, Brittany; T Chen, Steven; H Kaffenberger, Benjamin. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY. - ISSN 1365-4632. - 52:8(2023), pp. 1020-1025. [10.1111/ijd.16714]

Detection of novel therapies using a multi-national, multi-institutional registry of cutaneous immune-related adverse events and management

Marta Carlesimo;Gemma Caro;
2023

Abstract

Background: Cutaneous immune-related adverse events (cirAEs) remain a prevalent and common sequelae of immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) therapy, often necessitating treatment interruption and prolonged immune suppression. Treatment algorithms are still poorly defined, based on single-institution case reports without adequate safety assessments, and subject to publication bias. Methods: Data in this registry were collected through a standardized REDCap form distributed to dermatologists via email listserv. Results: Ninety-seven cirAEs were reported from 13 institutions in this registry. Topical and systemic steroids were the most common treatments used; however, targeted treatment matched to disease morphology was identified at numerous sites. Novel cirAE therapy uses that to our knowledge have not been previously described were captured including tacrolimus for the treatment of follicular, bullous, and eczematous eruptions and phototherapy for eczematous eruptions. Moreover, further evidence of cirAE treatment applications sparsely described in literature were also captured in this study including dupilumab and rituximab for bullous eruptions, phototherapy for lichenoid and psoriasiform eruptions, and acitretin for psoriasiform eruptions, among others. No serious adverse events were reported. Numerous targeted therapeutics including dupilumab, rituximab, and psoriasis biologics, among others, were associated with a cirAE grade improvement of ≥2 grades in every patient treated. Conclusion: This study suggests that a multi-institutional registry of cirAEs and management is not only feasible but that the information collected can be used to detect, evaluate, and rigorously assess targeted treatments for cirAEs. Further expansion and modification to include treatment progression may allow for sufficient data for specific treatment recommendations to be made.
2023
Cutaneous immune-related adverse events; association; nivolumab
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Detection of novel therapies using a multi-national, multi-institutional registry of cutaneous immune-related adverse events and management / Mital, Rohan; S Otto, Tracey; Savu, Andrei; Baumrin, Emily; R Cardones, Adela; Carlesimo, Marta; Caro, Gemma; Freites-Martinez, Azael; P Hirner, Jesse; Markova, Alina; N McLellan, Beth; Rossi, Alfredo; B Sauder, Maxwell; Seminario-Vidal, Lucia; Sibaud, Vincent; H Owen, Dwight; O Dulmage, Brittany; T Chen, Steven; H Kaffenberger, Benjamin. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY. - ISSN 1365-4632. - 52:8(2023), pp. 1020-1025. [10.1111/ijd.16714]
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