Fabry Disease clinical trials at University of California Health
6 in progress, 2 open to eligible people
Dose-Ranging Study of ST-920, an AAV2/6 Human Alpha Galactosidase A Gene Therapy in Subjects With Fabry Disease
open to eligible people ages 18 years and up
This is the first in human treatment with ST-920, a recombinant AAV2/6 vector encoding the cDNA for human a-Gal A. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and tolerability of ascending doses of ST-920. ST-920 aims to provide stable, long-term production of α-Gal A at therapeutic levels in subjects with Fabry disease. The constant production of α-Gal A in humans should, importantly, enable reduction and potentially clearance of Fabry disease substrates Gb3 and lyso-Gb3. On Day 1, patients will be infused intravenously with a single dose of ST-920 and followed for a period of 52 weeks.
at UC Irvine
open to all eligible people
The Fabry Registry is an ongoing, international multi-center, strictly observational program that tracks the routine clinical outcomes for patients with Fabry disease, irrespective of treatment status. No experimental intervention is involved; patients in the Registry undergo clinical assessments and receive care as determined by the patient's treating physician. The primary objectives of the Registry are: - To enhance the understanding of the variability, progression, and natural history of Fabry disease, including heterozygous females with the disease; - To assist the Fabry medical community with the development of recommendations for monitoring patients and reports on patient outcomes to help optimize patient care; - To characterize and describe the Fabry population as a whole; - To evaluate the long-term safety and effectiveness of Fabrazyme® Fabry Pregnancy Sub-registry: This Sub-registry is a multicenter, international, longitudinal, observational, and voluntary program designed to track pregnancy outcomes for any pregnant woman enrolled in the Fabry Registry, regardless of whether she is receiving disease-specific therapy (such as enzyme replacement therapy with agalsidase beta) and irrespective of the commercial product with which she may be treated. Data from the Sub-registry are also used to fulfill various global regulatory requirements, to support product development/reimbursement, and for other research and non-research-related purposes. No experimental intervention is given; thus a patient will undergo clinical assessments and receive standard of care treatment as determined by the patient's physician. If a patient consents to this Sub-registry, information about the patient's medical and obstetric history, pregnancy, and birth will be collected, and, if a patient consents to data collection for her infant, data on infant growth through month 36 postpartum will be collected.
at UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UCSD UCSF
A Study to Evaluate the Long-term Safety and Tolerability of Lucerastat in Adult Subjects With Fabry Disease
Sorry, in progress, not accepting new patients
A study to determine the long-term safety and tolerability of oral lucerastat in adult subjects with Fabry disease
at UC Irvine UCSF
Sorry, not currently recruiting here
This is a prospective multicenter, open-label, dose-escalation trial to assess the safety, tolerability, and pharmacodynamics of 4D-310 following a single IV administration. The study population is comprised of adult males with Fabry Disease.
Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only
The objective of PB-102-F60 is to evaluate the long-term safety, tolerability, and efficacy parameters of 1 mg/kg pegunigalsidase alfa administered intravenously every other week in adult Fabry patients who have successfully completed studies PB-102-F03, PB-102-F20 or PB-102-F30.
at UC Irvine UCSD
Sorry, not accepting new patients
The objective of this treatment protocol is to provide guidance to Treating Physicians who seek access to pegunigalsidase alfa for Fabry patients whose clinical condition, in the opinion of the Treating Physician, requires treatment with enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) with pegunigalsidase alfa and a) cannot be adequately treated with currently approved FDA products and/or b) are not able or willing to participate in any of the on-going clinical trials in the United States.
at UC Irvine
Our lead scientists for Fabry Disease research studies include Anjay Rastogi, MD PhD.