Phase II evaluation of trans-N3P3Az2(NHMe)4 (AZP) in non-small cell lung cancer.

Abstract

Trans-N3P3Az2(NHMe)4 (AZP), an aziridinyl substituted cyclophosphazene, was evaluated in a phase II study in non-small cell lung cancer at a dose of .33 mg/m2 i.v. bolus every 3 weeks. There were no tumor responses seen. Cumulative bone marrow toxicity, comparable to other cyclophosphazenes, was noted. AZP is not useful for the treatment of NSCLC.

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