Poster Discussion Abstract 8040
Koji Sasaki, Gary Lu, Chitra Hosing, Uday R. Popat, Sairah Ahmed, Nina Shah, Qaiser Bashir, Yvonne Dinh, Robert Z. Orlowski, Richard E. Champlin, Muzaffar Qazilbash; Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY; University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Approximately 15-20% of patients with multiple myeloma (MM) present with t(11;14)(q13;q32) involvingIgH and CCND1-XT genes. In this study, we report the impact of the t(11;14) on the outcome of patients with MM.
We performed a retrospective chart review on patients with MM who underwent high-dose chemotherapy followed by auto-HCT at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center between 2/2000 and 8/2010, and had conventional cytogenetic (CC) or fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) results available before transplant. The primary objective was to compare the progression free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS) of patients with t(11;14) to patients without chromosomal abnormalities.
CC or FISH studies were available for 1239 patients: 863 normal, 28 with t(11;14), 348 with other abnormalities. Concurrent high-risk abnormalities on CC or FISH were seen in 15/28 patients with t(11;14): del(13q) in 11 , del(17p) in 3, and t(14;16)(q32;q23) in 1. Induction treatment in patients with t(11;14) was: bortezomib + dexamethasone +/- thalidomide/lenalidomide : 15 (53%), thalidomide or lenalidomide + dexamethasone: 11 (39%), others 2 (8%); they received auto-HCT after a median of one line (1-7) of therapy. Median follow up in surviving patients was 39 months. There was no significant difference in median time from diagnosis to auto-HCT from diagnosis (6.9 vs. 7.7 months, p=1.0), disease status at auto HCT (>PR1: 82 vs. 76%, <PR1: 7 vs. 11%, relapsed 10 vs. 13%), complete remission (CR: 21% vs. 32%; p=0.30), very good partial remission (VGPR: 29% vs. 21%; p=0.23) or overall response (75% vs. 85%; p=0.18) between patients with t(11;14) and normal karyotype. Median PFS in patients with t(11;14) and normal karyotype was 15.7 months and 35.9 months, respectively (p=0.017). Median OS in patients with t(11;14) and normal karyotype was 51.4 months and 88.4 months, respectively (p=0.03). There was no difference in PFS (p=0.25) or OS (p=0.71) in patients with t(11;14), with or without other high-risk chromosomal abnormalities.
In this large single center study with a long follow up, we demonstrated that t(11;14) in MM is associated with a shorter PFS and OS in the context of auto-HCT.