This trial is divided into two parts. The first part (dose escalation) will test different doses of drug to find a dose for part two. In the second part (dose expansion), more patients will be tested to see if the drug has an effect on patient’s tumors.
Throughout the study, data will be collected to characterize the clinical activity of the drug. Samples of blood will be taken to help in an understanding of how the drug behaves in the body by assessing the amount of drug in the blood over time (pharmacokinetics), and changes in blood components (pharmacodynamics and safety). Tumor imaging by computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) will be done about every nine weeks to assess NPX267 impact on tumor growth.
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