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|Eligible Ages||18 Years and Over|
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|Giuseppe Stragliotto, MD, PhD|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Karolinska University Hospital|
Category of organization(s) involved as sponsor (and collaborator) supporting the trial.
The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied.
Adult patients will either be randomized to standard treatment (temozolomide and radiation therapy) + placebo tablets or to standard treatment + valganciclovir. Patients are randomized using 1 to 1 distribution of the patients between the treatment groups and are stratified according to methylation status of the MGMT promoter; equal proportion of patients are included in each group. A maximum of 30% of patients with methylated MGMT promoter are allowed into the study (to harmonise with current data used for statistical power calculation), as MGMT promotor methylation status is prognostic for patient survival. Patients must enter the study within 10 weeks after surgery. Full dose treatment with 900mgs of Valganciclovir is given twice daily for 6 weeks, thereafter 900 mgs daily during 98 weeks (total treatment of 24 months). Valganciclovir is available in 450 mg tablets. The dose of Valganciclovir will be adjusted according to renal function. This study will be performed in compliance with the protocol, ICH-GCP, the declaration of Helsinki and applicable Swedish regulatory requirements. The study discontinuation criteria are as follows:
Placebo Comparator: Placebo
Patients will receive placebo tablets with similar appearance as the active drug. Patients receive two 450 mg tablets twice daily taken per orally for 6 weeks, thereafter two 450 mg tablet once daily for an additional 22.5 months; a total treatment time of 24 months.
Active Comparator: Valganciclovir
Patients will receive valganciclovir tablets with similar appearance as the placebo tablets. Patients receive two 450 mg valganciclovir tablets twice daily taken per orally for 6 weeks, thereafter two 450 mg valganciclovir tablets once daily for an additional 22.5 months; a total treatment time of 24 months.
Drug: - Valganciclovir Tablets
Valganciclovir treatment of glioblastoma
Drug: - Temozolomide 120 mg
Radiation: - Radiotherapy 60 Gy
Drug: - Placebo oral tablet
Placebo treatment of glioblastoma
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