TAMS will bring you information as it becomes available on upcoming clinical trials in Australia.
Blueprint Medicines Corporation’s HARBOR study
Two Australian hospitals are taking part in Blueprint Medicines Corporation’s HARBOR study – The Alfred Hospital in Victoria and Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.
This study is testing BLU-263, an investigational study drug, in people with indolent systemic mastocytosis (ISM). This study will also include people with monoclonal mast cell activation syndrome (mMCAS).
Scroll to the bottom of the trial website for frequently asked questions.
Cogent Summit Non-Advanced Systemic Mastocytosis clinical trial
Summit Clinical Trial Site: Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Primary Investigator: Dr Derek McCulloch
Trial Name: Summit
Diagnosis: Non-advanced Systemic Mastocytosis: Smoldering, Indolent or Bone Marrow Mastocytosis
If you are interested in applying for the Summit Clinical Trial at RPA Hospital, please speak with your GP or specialist:
- Please ask for a referral from your GP or specialist for a consultation with Dr Derek McCulloch, the site’s Haematologist on the Clinical Trial
- Your GP or specialists can email Olivia Rowntree, Trials Lead, Institute of Haematology, SLHD, RPA Hospital (email@example.com) directly to find out more about the referral process if they’re not familiar with it already
- Your GP or specialist should send their referral to Oliva via the above email address
- To help TAMS stay informed about new trial opportunities as they emerge, please notify Olivia that you were informed about the Summit Clinical Trial by TAMS