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A phase 3, randomized, active-controlled study to assess the safety and tolerability of meningococcal serogroup B vaccine bivalent rLP2086 in healthy adolescents and young adults

Author:
Ostergaard, Lars, Lucksinger, Gregg H., Absalon, Judith, Beeslaar, Johannes, Eiden, Joseph, Jansen, Kathrin U., York, Laura J., Quinn, Angela, Graversen, Mette E., Perez, John L.
Source:
Vaccine 2016 v.34 no.12 pp. 1465-1471
ISSN:
0264-410X
Subject:
Hepatitis A virus, Neisseria meningitidis, adolescents, binding proteins, safety assessment, serotypes, vaccination, vaccines, young adults, United States
Abstract:
Neisseria meningitidis serogroup B (MnB) is an important cause of invasive meningococcal disease (IMD). A MnB vaccine (bivalent rLP2086, Trumenba®) consisting of 2 factor H binding protein variants received accelerated approval in the United States for the prevention of IMD caused by MnB in individuals 10–25 years of age. This randomized, active-controlled, observer-blind study further assessed the safety and tolerability of bivalent rLP2086.Eligible subjects ≥10 to <26 years were randomized (2:1) to receive bivalent rLP2086 at months 0, 2, and 6, or hepatitis A virus vaccine (HAV, Havrix®) at months 0 and 6, and saline at month 2. The primary endpoints were serious adverse events (SAEs) throughout the study and medically-attended adverse events (MAEs) within 30 days after vaccination. Additional safety assessments included SAEs at other study intervals and adverse events (AEs) during the vaccination phase.Of 5712 subjects randomized, 84.6% (n=3219) of bivalent rLP2086 recipients and 87.2% (n=1663) of HAV/saline recipients completed the study. Throughout the study, SAEs were reported for 1.6% and 2.5% of bivalent rLP2086 and HAV/saline recipients, respectively. SAEs related to either vaccine were rare. MAEs occurred in 7.0% and 6.1% of subjects after vaccination 1; 5.5% and 6.1% after vaccination 2; and 5.3% and 5.5% after vaccination 3 in the bivalent rLP2086 and HAV/saline groups, respectively. A greater proportion of subjects reported AEs during the vaccination phase after bivalent rLP2086 compared with HAV/saline recipients; however, when reactogenicity events were excluded, the proportion between groups was similar.This safety study, the largest randomized, active-controlled trial evaluating a recombinant MnB vaccine, demonstrated that bivalent rLP2086 is safe and tolerable in healthy individuals ≥10 to <26 years of age.
Agid:
5319125