Background: Tralokinumab is a human monoclonal antibody targeting interleukin-13 that is approved for the treatment of moderate-severe atopic dermatitis. Studies analyzing the efficacy and safety of tralokinumab in a real-world setting are scarce. Research design and methods: A European, multicentric, real-world, retrospective cohort study was defined to assess the effectiveness and safeness profile of tralokinumab, investigating the achievement of pre-specified treatment goals; and to detect potential differences in terms of effectiveness and safeness across some selected patient subcohorts. Results: A total of 194 adult patients were included in this study. A significant improvement in physician-assessed disease severity was detected at each follow-up visit as compared with baseline and similar trend was observed for patient-reported outcomes and quality of life. No meaningful difference in effectiveness was found when considering patient age (<65 versus ≥65 years), neither dissecting patient cohort in dupilumab-naive vs dupilumab-treated subjects. Among tralokinumab-treated patients, 88% achieved at least one currently identified real-world therapeutic goal at week 16. Conclusions: This retrospective multicenter study confirmed the effectiveness and safeness of tralokinumab throughout 32 weeks of observation, showing the achievement of therapeutic goals identified in both trial and real-world settings in a large proportion of tralokinumab-treated patients.

Chiricozzi, A., Ferrucci, S. M., Di Nardo, L., Gori, N., Balato, A., Ortoncelli, M., Maurelli, M., Galluzzo, M., Munera Campos, M., Seremet, T., Caldarola, G., De Simone, C., Ippoliti, E., Torres, T., Gkalpakiotis, S., Conrad, C., Carrascosa, J. M., Bianchi, L., Argenziano, G., Ribero, S., Girolomoni, G., Marzano, A. V., Peris, K., Current treatment goals are achieved by the majority of patients with atopic dermatitis treated with tralokinumab: results from a multicentric, multinational, retrospective, cohort study, <<EXPERT OPINION ON BIOLOGICAL THERAPY>>, 2023; 23 (12): 1307-1315. [doi:10.1080/14712598.2023.2292627] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/261986]

Current treatment goals are achieved by the majority of patients with atopic dermatitis treated with tralokinumab: results from a multicentric, multinational, retrospective, cohort study

Chiricozzi, Andrea;Di Nardo, Lucia;Gori, Niccolo';Caldarola, Giacomo;De Simone, Clara;Ippoliti, Elena;Peris, Ketty
2023

Abstract

Background: Tralokinumab is a human monoclonal antibody targeting interleukin-13 that is approved for the treatment of moderate-severe atopic dermatitis. Studies analyzing the efficacy and safety of tralokinumab in a real-world setting are scarce. Research design and methods: A European, multicentric, real-world, retrospective cohort study was defined to assess the effectiveness and safeness profile of tralokinumab, investigating the achievement of pre-specified treatment goals; and to detect potential differences in terms of effectiveness and safeness across some selected patient subcohorts. Results: A total of 194 adult patients were included in this study. A significant improvement in physician-assessed disease severity was detected at each follow-up visit as compared with baseline and similar trend was observed for patient-reported outcomes and quality of life. No meaningful difference in effectiveness was found when considering patient age (<65 versus ≥65 years), neither dissecting patient cohort in dupilumab-naive vs dupilumab-treated subjects. Among tralokinumab-treated patients, 88% achieved at least one currently identified real-world therapeutic goal at week 16. Conclusions: This retrospective multicenter study confirmed the effectiveness and safeness of tralokinumab throughout 32 weeks of observation, showing the achievement of therapeutic goals identified in both trial and real-world settings in a large proportion of tralokinumab-treated patients.
2023
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Chiricozzi, A., Ferrucci, S. M., Di Nardo, L., Gori, N., Balato, A., Ortoncelli, M., Maurelli, M., Galluzzo, M., Munera Campos, M., Seremet, T., Caldarola, G., De Simone, C., Ippoliti, E., Torres, T., Gkalpakiotis, S., Conrad, C., Carrascosa, J. M., Bianchi, L., Argenziano, G., Ribero, S., Girolomoni, G., Marzano, A. V., Peris, K., Current treatment goals are achieved by the majority of patients with atopic dermatitis treated with tralokinumab: results from a multicentric, multinational, retrospective, cohort study, <<EXPERT OPINION ON BIOLOGICAL THERAPY>>, 2023; 23 (12): 1307-1315. [doi:10.1080/14712598.2023.2292627] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/261986]
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