Live Longer with KISQALI

Proven to extend lives in 3 large clinical trials

Proven survival results in HR+, HER2- mBC

KISQALI® (ribociclib) is approved for both pre- and postmenopausal women or in men with HR+, HER2- metastatic breast cancer (mBC). KISQALI has extended lives in multiple clinical trials when taken in combination with a nonsteroidal aromatase inhibitor or fulvestrant. Watch the video below to find out what it means to be a Thriver with mBC and why women are asking for KISQALI by name. 

 

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Helping women live even longer

In a clinical trial with 668 women, 334 were treated with KISQALI® (ribociclib) + a nonsteroidal aromatase inhibitor (NSAI) and 334 women were treated with placebo + an NSAI. KISQALI + an NSAI helped women live longer and delayed disease progression for longer than placebo + an NSAI. Progression-free survival (PFS) was the primary outcome measure of the clinical trials. Overall survival (OS) was a secondary end point.

Median Overall Survival Rates with KISQALI + an NSAI in Postmenopausal Women

Median overall survival

In this clinical trial, KISQALI + an NSAI extended the length of time women were alive from the start of treatment—also called overall survival (OS). Median overall survival for KISQALI was not reached at the 26-month check-in. Placebo was reached at 33 months. At an 80-month check‑in, results showed the median OS was 63.9 months for KISQALI + an NSAI vs 51.4 months for placebo + an NSAI. Median OS is the length of time when half of the women were still alive.

Median Progression Free Survival with KISQALI® (ribociclib) + an NSAI in Postmenopausal Women

Median progression-free survival

In the same clinical trial, more than half of the women taking KISQALI + an NSAI had no signs of disease progression at 15 months, meaning median PFS was not reached at this time point. Median PFS was 14.7 months for women taking placebo + an NSAI. At a 26-month check-in, half the women taking KISQALI + an NSAI still showed no disease progression at 25.3 months vs 16 months for women taking placebo + an NSAI. Median progression-free survival (PFS) is the length of time when half of the women had not yet progressed.

KISQALI is the only treatment of its kind with a clinical trial exclusively dedicated to younger women with mBC

In a second clinical trial of 495 women, the median age was 44 years (ranging 25 to 58). In a subgroup analysis, 248 women were treated with KISQALI + a nonsteroidal aromatase inhibitor (NSAI) (eg, letrozole or anastrozole) + goserelin, and 247 women were treated with an NSAI + goserelin. KISQALI + an NSAI + goserelin helped women live longer and delayed disease progression for longer than an NSAI + goserelin. Progression-free survival (PFS) was the primary outcome measure of the clinical trials. Overall survival (OS) was a secondary end point.

Median Overall Survival Rates with KISQALI + an NSAI + goserelin in Premenopausal Women

Median overall survival

In this clinical trial, KISQALI + an NSAI + goserelin subgroup extended the length of time women were alive from the start of treatment—also called overall survival (OS). At a 54-month observational check‑in, results showed the median overall survival (OS) was 58.7 months for KISQALI + NSAI + goserelin vs 47.7 months for NSAI + goserelin. This 54‑month analysis was not pre-planned to detect a false positive or show a difference between treatments. Median OS is the length of time when half of the women were still alive.

Progression-Free Survival with KISQALI® (ribociclib) + an NSAI + goserelin in Premenopausal Women

Median progression-free survival

In the same clinical trial at a 35-month check‑in, half the women taking KISQALI + an NSAI + goserelin still showed no disease progression after 27.5 months vs 13.8 months for women taking placebo + an NSAI + goserelin. Median progression‑free survival (PFS) is the length of time when half of the women had not yet progressed. KISQALI is not approved for use with tamoxifen. KISQALI may cause increased risk of heart rhythm problems (QT prolongation) when combined with tamoxifen.

Living longer is possible—and proven

In a third clinical trial with 726 women, 484 were treated with KISQALI® (ribociclib) + fulvestrant and 242 women were treated with placebo + fulvestrant. KISQALI + fulvestrant helped women live longer and delayed disease progression for longer than placebo + fulvestrant. Progression-free survival (PFS) was the primary outcome measure of the clinical trials. Overall survival (OS) was a secondary end point.

Median Overall Survival Rates with KISQALI + Fulvestrant in Postmenopausal Women

Median overall survival

In this clinical trial, KISQALI + fulvestrant showed extended length of time women were alive from the start of treatment — also called overall survival (OS). Median overall survival for KISQALI was not reached at the 39-month check-in. Placebo was reached at 40 months. At a 56-month observational check‑in, results showed the median overall survival (OS) was 53.7 months for KISQALI + fulvestrant vs 41.5 months for placebo + fulvestrant. This 56‑month analysis was not pre-planned to detect a false positive or show a difference between treatments. Median OS is the length of time when half of the women were still alive.

Median Progression Free Survival with KISQALI® (ribociclib) + fulvestrant in Postmenopausal Women

Median progression-free survival

Progression-free survival was also shown in the same clinical trial. At the 39-month check-in, half the women taking KISQALI + fulvestrant still showed no disease progression after 20.5 months vs 12.8 months for women taking placebo + fulvestrant. Median progression-free survival (PFS) is the length of time when half of the women had not yet progressed.