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Information on how to access Cibinqo®▼ (abrocitinib) prescribing information and adverse event reporting can be found at the bottom of the page.

PATIENT PROFILE 3

Young professional female with persistent, uncontrolled itching and lesions that are impacting her work​​​​​​​


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This patient profile is fictional and has been produced for the purposes of medical education. Any actual or potential likeness to real individuals is unintentional.

  • ​​​​​​​British-Jamaican female, 23 years old
  • Disease and treatment history: AD since early childhood. Has tried several treatments, all with unsatisfactory results, including topical corticosteroids, TCI, phototherapy, ciclosporin and dupilumab 300 mg Q2W (EASI reduction of 50% achieved). Itching and visible lesions remain a persistent problem
  • Clinical assessment: EASI=27; 40% BSA (including hands, face, flexion points and torso); recent episodes of conjunctivitis
  • Personal impact: Constant itching causes distraction and sleep deprivation, which both impact her work (personal assistant at a law firm); concerned about losing her job
  • Preferences: Wants to scratch less and would prefer a high level of skin clearance 
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Why consider Cibinqo (abrocitinib)?

1. Cibinqo used in combination with topical therapy provides skin clearance at Week 12 in significantly more patients compared with placebo1,2

JADE COMPARE (CO-PRIMARY ENDPOINTS, IN COMBINATION WITH MEDICATED TOPICAL THERAPY)

Proportion of patients achieving IGA 0/1

IGA 0/1 at Week 12

no./Total no. (%, 95% CI)

Cibinqo 200 mg

106/219 (48.8%; 41.8–55.0

Cibinqo 100 mg

86/235 (36.6%; 30.4–42.8)

Dupilumab 300 mg

88/241 (36.5%; 30.4–42.6)

Placebo

18/129 (14.0%; 8.0–19.9)

Analyses shown are between Cibinqo and placebo. Results are not to be interpreted as evidence of superiority, noninferiority, or similarity between Cibinqo and dupilumab.

Proportion of patients achieving EASI-75

EASI-75 at Week 12

no./Total no. (%, 95% CI)

Cibinqo 200 mg

154/219 (70.3%; 64.3–76.4)

Cibinqo 100 mg

138/235 (58.7%; 52.4–65.0)

Dupilumab 300 mg

140/241 (58.1%; 51.9–64.3)

Placebo

35/129 (27.1%; 19.5–34.8)

Analyses shown are between Cibinqo and placebo. Results are not to be interpreted as evidence of superiority, noninferiority, or similarity between Cibinqo and dupilumab.

2. Cibinqo 200 mg provides superior itch response vs dupilumab at Week 21–3

JADE COMPARE (KEY SECONDARY ENDPOINT, IN COMBINATION WITH MEDICATED TOPICAL THERAPY)

Proportion of patients achieving PP-NRS4

PP-NRS4 is defined as an improvement of ≥4 points from baseline in the severity of PP-NRS. Cibinqo 200 mg was compared with dupilumab in a key secondary head-to-head endpoint at Week 2. This endpoint was further analysed as prespecified multiplicity-controlled analysis and showed superiority to dupilumab down to Day 4. 

3. Cibinqo provides a high level of skin clearance1,3

JADE COMPARE (SECONDARY ENDPOINT, IN COMBINATION WITH MEDICATED TOPICAL THERAPY)

Proportion of patients achieving EASI-90

EASI-90 at Week 12

no./Total no. (%, 95% CI)

Cibinqo 200 mg

101/219 (46.1%; 39.5–52.7)

Cibinqo 100 mg

86/235 (36.6%; 30.4–42.8)

Dupilumab 300 mg

84/241 (34.9%; 28.8–40.9)

Placebo

13/129 (10.1%; 4.9–15.3)

EASI-90 at all scheduled points are prespecified secondary endpoints not controlled for multiplicity; treatment differences could represent chance findings.

​​​​​​​Analyses shown are between Cibinqo and placebo. Results are not to be interpreted as evidence of superiority, noninferiority, or similarity between Cibinqo and dupilumab.

4. Cibinqo reduces AD-related sleep loss1,3

JADE COMPARE (SECONDARY ENDPOINT, IN COMBINATION WITH MEDICATED TOPICAL THERAPY)

% reduction (improvement) in SCORAD sleep loss subscale at Week 12

Change from baseline in SCORAD sleep loss is a prespecified secondary endpoint not controlled for multiplicity, therefore treatment differences could represent chance findings.

​​​​​​​Analyses shown are between Cibinqo and placebo. Results are not to be interpreted as evidence of superiority, noninferiority, or similarity between Cibinqo and dupilumab.

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Unemployed male with increasingly uncontrolled itching leading to sleep deprivation, weight gain and low self-esteem.

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This patient profile is fictional and has been produced for the purposes of medical education. Any actual or potential likeness to real individuals is unintentional.

AD=atopic dermatitis; BSA=body surface area; CI​​​​​​​=confidence interval; EASI=Eczema Area and Severity Index; IGA=Investigator’s Global Assessment; LSM=least squares mean; PP-NRS=Peak Pruritus Numerical Rating Scale; Q2W=once every 2 weeks; SCORAD=SCORing Atopic Dermatitis; TCI=topical calcineurin inhibitor.
References: 1. Cibinqo (abrocitinib) Summary of Product Characteristics. 2. Bieber T, et al. N Engl J Med 2021;384(12):1101–1112. 3. Bieber T, et al. N Engl J Med 2021;384(12):1101–1112. Supplementary appendix.
PP-CIB-GBR-0058. October 2021

Cibinqo Risk Minimisation Programme (RMP) materials, including a Patient Card and Prescriber Brochure, are available from https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc. Patients treated with Cibinqo should be given the Patient Card.

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