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- 1. PPOS Design Zhongwen Tang
- 2. "One important idea is that science is a means whereby learning is achieved, not by mere theretical speculation on the one hand, nor by the undirected accumulation of practical facts on the other, but rather by a motivated iteration between theory and practice." (George E. P. Box)
- 3. Outline Motivation examples Selected literature reveiw PPOS design of a pilot trial PPOS design of futility IA of a con…rmatory trial
- 4. Motivation Example1: Pilot Trial Design Phase II trial to compare PFS between exp and control Randomization ratio: 1: 1 Traditional design – Type I error rate: 0.2 – Power=0.7 to detect a HR=0.75 – Event size: 90
- 5. Motivation Example1: Pilot Trial Design Pilot trial (e.g. phase II) results are usually not the …nal goal. Pilot trial usually provides evidence to support a Go/No Go decision for a bigger future (e.g. phase III) trial. Proposal: design a pilot trial based on predictive probability of success (PPOS) in future con…rmatory trial.
- 6. Motivation Example 2: futility interim of a con…rmatory trial A phase 3 trial to compare PFS between exp and control arms Number of events at …nal analysis: 500 Type I error rate (one sided) = 0.025 Question: how to place an non-binding futility IA Traditional design: beta spending Proposal: design based on PPOS in the …nal analysis
- 7. PPOS is a Variable!!! Conditional power: probability of observing future statistical signi…cance assuming the parameter equals a speci…c value Predictive power: probability of observing future statistical signi…cance assuming the parameter has a speci…c distribution Predictive probability of success (PPOS): probability of future success assuming the parameter has a speci…c distribution
- 8. Types of PPOS Type of data: binary, normal, time to event Relationship between the trial providing data and the trial to be predicted – cross trial: using data from one trial to predict another independent trial – within trial: using IA to predict …nal anlaysis (include IA data) Relationship between the end point providing information and the end point to be predicted (Tang, 2015) – 1:1 Use 1 end point to predict same end point e.g. use PFS at IA to predict PFS at …nal analysis – 1:1 Use 1 end point to predict di¤erent end point e.g. use short term end point in a pilot trial to predict a long term end point in a con…rmatory trial
- 9. Seleted Literature Review Spiegelhalter et al (1986) compared conditional power and predictive power. Speigelhalter et al (1986) evaluated sample size using predictive probabilities. – Predictive probability of success – Predictive probability of failure – Predictive probability of non-commitment
- 10. Selected Literature Review Stallard, Whitehead, and Cleall (2005) used Bayesian predictive probability of suc- cess for a Go/No Go decision to phase III based on data from phase II. The method predicts the success of OS in the phase 3 trial using response and PFS data from phase 2 trail.
- 11. Selected Literature Review Lee and Liu (2008) proposed a two-stage Bayesian phase II design based on predic- tive probability of success for binary end point single arm trial. The method …nds the cuto¤ for PPOS by minimizing the maximum sample size (Nmax) while meeting type I error rate and power requirement.
- 12. Selected Literature Review Tang and Dey (2011) in a cross trial setting for time to event end point – Design criteria: PPOS and false positive rate – Di¤erence between pilot and con…rmatory trial design are accounted by cross trial variability Wang et al (2013) in a cross-trial setting for time to event data – Prediction of combination treatment e¢ cacy based on single agent data – Prediction of future trial with di¤erent end point from pilot trial – PPOS calculated using simulation
- 13. Selected Literature Review Berry (2006) covered many real life application of PPOS – Monitoring trial: In one Herceptin trial without IA, DSMB requested PPOS and overode the protocol to terminate the trial. – Adaptive assignment of patients in dose …nding trials Brannath et al (2009) used PPOS as a facility for population selection in adaptive design – Predictive probability and posterior probability are used for decision making. – Cuto¤ determined by simulated operation characteristic
- 14. Common Issues In Current Practice Interpretation of PPOS based on point estimate alone PPOS cuto¤ determined by OC Mixed use of predictive probability of success and posterior probability of success
- 15. Cross Trial PPOS and Pilot Trial Design
- 16. Cross Trial PPOS End point: time to event, same in pilot trial and con…rmatory trial Parameter of interest: ln (HR) PPOS: predictive probability of observing a successful HR (e.g. clinical meaningful) in the future trial given the observed HR in the pilot trial. ^ is the estimated ln (HR) ^j ~N ; 2 = 1= (r (1 r) d) where r is the randomization ratio, d is the number of events
- 17. Cross Trial PPOS Assume a Gaussian prior ln (HR) = ~N 0; 2 0 = 1= (r (1 r) d0) ^1 is the estimated ln (HR) in a pilot trial ^1j ~N ; 2 1 = 1= (r (1 r) d1)
- 18. Cross Trial PPOS The posterior distribution is j^1~N ^1 + (1 ) 0; 2 0 (1 ) or where = 1 + 2 1 2 0 1 = 2 0 2 0+ 2 1
- 19. Cross Trial PPOS ^2 is the estimated ln (HR) in future con…rmatory trial ^2j ~N ; 2 2 = 1= (r (1 r) d2) The predictive distribution of ^2j^1 is ^2j^1~N ^1 + (1 ) 0; 2 0 (1 ) + 2 2 PPOS = ( [ ^1+(1 ) 0]q 2 0(1 )+ 2 2 )
- 20. Motivation Exampe 1 Input for PPOS calculation Prior information – Non-informative prior: prior variance = in…nity (equivalent to 0 event) Envisioned phase III (matching pilot design): 500 events Success criteria: HR 0:75 (clinical meaningful) PPOS in 2 di¤erent designs Event size = 90;PPOS = 0:30 if observed HR = 0:846 in phase II Event size = 40;PPOS = 0:30 if observed HR = 0:889 in phase II
- 21. PPOS Credible Interval The information supporting PPOS calculation is summarized in the posterior dis- tribution. (1 =2)100% percentile of PPOS = ( [ =2 100% percentile of j^1]q 2 0(1 )+ 2 2 )
- 22. PPOS Decision Rule f PPOS(d1; HR1) PPOS1 (1 =2) 100th PPOS percentile (d1; HR1) PPOS2 for No Go decision
- 23. PPOS Optimal Design Finding the optimal design is to …nd the solution to the following equations with respect to d1 and cuto¤ HR1 f PPOS(d1; cut:HR1) = PPOS1 (1 =2) 100th PPOS percentile (d1; cut:HR1) = PPOS2
- 24. Motivation Example1: PPOS design f PPOS(d1; HR1) 30% 80th PPOS percentile (d1; HR1) 60% for No Go decision Optimal design: d1 = 86;cuto¤ HR = 0:848
- 25. Motivation Example1: PPOS optimal design Contour lines: black (PPOS), red (80th percentile); Intersection: optimal design
- 26. Within Trial PPOS and Futility Interim Design
- 27. Within Trial PPOS Consider a randomized phase 3 trial wiht time to event end point. Parameter of interest is log(HR) PPOS: probability of observing a successful HR at the end of the trial given the data at interim analysis. PPOS = 0 @ !1z(t) !2 = p r(1 r)(dmax d) h '^(t)+(1 ') 0 i q 2 0(1 ')+ 2 2 1 A (Tang, 2014)
- 28. PPOS Decision Rule We may mandate that if the following 2 conditions are satis…ed, then futility will be declared. f PPOS PPOS1 (1 =2) 100th PPOS percentile PPOS2
- 29. PPOS Optimal Design Finding the optimal futility interim design is to …nd the solution of the following equations with respect to timing of the analysis t and cuto¤ HR at IA. f PPOS(t; HR:IA) = PPOS1 (1 =2) 100th PPOS percentile (t; HR:IA) = PPOS2
- 30. Motivation Example 2 Prior variance = in…nity (equivalent to 0 prior events) Success criteria: observing clinically meaningful results (HR < 0:75) at …nal analy- sis Final analysis at 500 events Randomization ratio 1:1
- 31. Optimal futility interim design When the following 2 conditions are satis…ed, futility will be declared. f PPOS(t; HR:IA) 20% 80th PPOS percentile (t; HR:IA) 40% Optimal futility IA design:t = 0:511; d1 = 256 and cuto¤ HR at IA to be 0:807
- 32. Take home message The success criteria in PPOS is not restricted to statistical signi…cance. Interpretation of PPOS should be based on both point estimate and CI. PPOS designs have intuitive interpretation. PPOS calculation involves subjective choices. Some analytical methods have been developed to calculate PPOS and CI.
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- 34. Reference Stallard N, Whitehead J and Cleall S, Decision-making in a phase II clinical trial: a new approach combining Bayesian and frequentist concepts. Pharmaceutical Statistics, 2005, 4: 119-128. Tang, Z. Dey, J. (2011). Bayesian PPOS design for clinical trials. PaSIPHIC anual meeting. Tang, Z. (2014). Optimal futility interim design: a predictive probability approach with time to event ene point. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics. DOI: 10.1080/10543406.201 Tang, Z. (2015). Pilot trial design: a predictive probability of success approach with time to event end points. Statistical Methods in Medical Research (under review). Wang, Y. Fu, H. Kulkarni, P. and Kaiser, C. (2013). Evaluating and utilizing probability of study success in clinical development. Clinical Trials, 10, 407-413.

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