HE MAY LIVE LONGER. HELP HIM BE THERE™ FOR THE THINGS THAT MATTER TO HIM.1-5

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Extends OS for men with mCSPC or nmCRPC1-5

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Efficacy in the TITAN study

Dual primary endpoint, final analysis

ERLEADA® + ADT DEMONSTRATED SUPERIOR OS IN MEN WITH mCSPC VS ADT ALONE1,2

Kaplan-Meier Analysis of OS (TITAN)2

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Median follow-up time was 22.7 months.1

The survival rate at 48 months was 65.1% for ERLEADA® + ADT patients vs 51.8% for placebo + ADT patients.1 OS improved regardless of Gleason score, age, high- or low-disease volume, and metastasis stage at diagnosis. The TITAN primary analysis results: Median OS: NE vs NE; HR=0.67; 95% CI: 0.51, 0.89; P=0.0053. Median follow-up time was 22.7 months.1,2

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Review the final OS results of the TITAN study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology

Dual primary endpoint, primary analysis

ERLEADA® + ADT DEMONSTRATED SUPERIOR rPFS VS ADT ALONE2,4

52 percent reduction

rPFS in Intent-to-Treat mCSPC Population (TITAN)

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Median follow-up time was 22.7 months.4

ERLEADA® + ADT improved rPFS vs placebo + ADT in a range of patient types with mCSPC.2,4 rPFS improved regardless of high- or low-volume disease, prior docetaxel use, or Gleason score at diagnosis.2,4

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Efficacy in the SPARTAN study

Primary endpoint, primary analysis

ERLEADA® + ADT DEMONSTRATED A 2-YEAR IMPROVEMENT IN MEDIAN MFS VS ADT ALONE2,5

72 percent reduction

MFS in Patients With nmCRPC (SPARTAN)

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Median follow-up was 20.3 months.5

Secondary endpoint, final analysis

ERLEADA® + ADT SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED OS IN MEN WITH nmCRPC VS ADT ALONE2,3

OS in Patients With nmCRPC (SPARTAN)

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Median follow-up was 52.0 months.3

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Review the final OS results of the SPARTAN study published in European Urology

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See the PSA data

IMPORTANCE OF PSA EXPLORATORY DATA FROM THE TITAN AND SPARTAN CLINICAL TRIALS AND REAL-WORLD DATA

Limitations: These data are from exploratory endpoints in clinical trials, post hoc analyses, and real-world studies and are not included in the full ERLEADA® Prescribing Information. PSA should be viewed in the context of patient management and the overall physical condition and clinical course of the patient. PSA responses are not reported in product labeling because they are not validated biomarkers.

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Efficacy in the TITAN study

TIME TO PSA PROGRESSION: ERLEADA® + ADT VS ADT ALONE

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Median follow-up of 44.0 months.1

*Time to PSA progression was defined as the time from randomization to PSA progression, according to Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Working Group 2 (PCWG2) criteria. For patients who experienced a decline in PSA from baseline, PSA progression was defined as the first PSA increase that was ≥25% and ≥2 ng/mL above the nadir, which was confirmed by a second value obtained 3 or more weeks later. For patients who did not experience a decline in PSA from baseline, PSA progression was defined as a PSA increase that was ≥25% and ≥2 ng/mL above the baseline value after 12 weeks.1,7

Time to PSA progression and PSA response rate are not reported in product labeling because they are not validated biomarkers. PSA evaluation should be viewed in the context of patient management and the overall physical condition and clinical course of the patient.8

PSA Response at 3 Months

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PSA Response at 12 Months

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PSA-OS Relationship in TITAN: PSA90 With ERLEADA® + ADT

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PSA-OS Relationship in TITAN: PSA Undetectable With ERLEADA® + ADT

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REAL-WORLD PSA50 AND PSA90 RESPONSES WERE SIMILAR TO THOSE SEEN IN THE TITAN STUDY

  PSA50 PSA90
% of mCSPC patients who achieved PSA responses
Real-world Clinical Data (>8 Weeks) 86.7% 73.5%
TITAN (At Any Time) mCSPC 90% 72%

Clinical real-world data collected as part of routine clinical care from 69 urology sites in the United States (study period: February 2017 - March 5, 2021). PSA responses to ERLEADA® were observed in real-world data >8 weeks after initiation of ERLEADA® and in the TITAN study at any time after starting treatment. Responses were evaluated in a retrospective longitudinal cohort study of patients with mCSPC (n=260) or nmCRPC (n=313) who were treated with ERLEADA®.10

This real-world analysis relied on clinical data that may contain inaccuracies or omissions (eg, diagnosis dates, treatment start dates, and other variables) and does not capture any diagnoses, medical services, or prescription fills obtained outside of the urology practice. The database represents the community urology setting and might not be representative of the entire population of ERLEADA® initiators in the United States, which may limit the generalizability of the study.10

PSA RESPONSE IN BLACK AND NON-BLACK PATIENTS TREATED WITH ERLEADA® WAS CONSISTENT WITH TITAN STUDY DATA

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Clinical real-world data collected as part of routine clinical care from 69 urology sites in the United States (study period: February 2017 - March 5, 2021). Responses were evaluated in a retrospective longitudinal cohort study of patients with mCSPC (n=260) or nmCRPC (n=313) who were treated with ERLEADA®.10

PSA response was defined as the first decline for a follow-up PSA value of 90% or more from the most recent PSA value within 13 weeks of the index date.10

§This real-world analysis relied on clinical data that may contain inaccuracies or omissions (eg, diagnosis dates, treatment start dates, and other variables) and does not capture any diagnoses, medical services, or prescription fills obtained outside of the urology practice. The database represents the community urology setting and might not be representative of the entire population of ERLEADA® initiators in the United States, which may limit the generalizability of the study.10

IMPORTANCE OF PSA EXPLORATORY DATA FROM THE TITAN AND SPARTAN CLINICAL TRIALS AND REAL-WORLD DATA

Limitations: These data are from exploratory endpoints in clinical trials, post hoc analyses, and real-world studies and are not included in the full ERLEADA® Prescribing Information. PSA should be viewed in the context of patient management and the overall physical condition and clinical course of the patient. PSA responses are not reported in product labeling because they are not validated biomarkers.

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Efficacy in the SPARTAN study

TIME TO PSA PROGRESSION: ERLEADA® + ADT VS ADT ALONE

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Median follow-up time was 52.0 months.3

*Time to PSA progression: Median NE vs 3.7 months; HR=0.07; 95% CI: 0.06, 0.09.3

Time to PSA progression was defined as the time from randomization to PSA progression, according to Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Working Group 2 (PCWG2) criteria. For patients who experienced a decline in PSA from baseline, PSA progression was defined as the first PSA increase that was ≥25% and ≥2 ng/mL above the nadir, which was confirmed by a second value obtained 3 or more weeks later. For patients who did not experience a decline in PSA from baseline, PSA progression was defined as a PSA increase that was ≥25% and ≥2 ng/mL above the baseline value after 12 weeks.3,7

PSA response: 38% of patients in the ERLEADA® + ADT arm achieved a confirmed PSA level ≤0.2 ng/mL vs no patients in the placebo + ADT arm.3

Time to PSA progression and PSA response rate are not reported in product labeling because they are not validated biomarkers. PSA evaluation should be viewed in the context of patient management and the overall physical condition and clinical course of the patient.8

PSA Response at 3 Months

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PSA Response at 12 Months

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PSA-OS Relationship in SPARTAN: PSA90 With ERLEADA® + ADT

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PSA-OS Relationship in SPARTAN: PSA Undetectable With ERLEADA® + ADT

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REAL-WORLD PSA50 AND PSA90 RESPONSES WERE SIMILAR TO THOSE SEEN IN THE SPARTAN STUDY

  PSA50 PSA90
% of nmCRPC patients who achieved PSA responses
Real-world Clinical Data (>8 Weeks) 82.3% 66.0%
SPARTAN (At Any Time) nmCRPC 90% 62%

Clinical real-world data collected as part of routine clinical care from 69 urology sites in the United States (study period: February 2017 - March 5, 2021). PSA responses to ERLEADA® were observed in real-world data >8 weeks after initiation of ERLEADA® and in the SPARTAN study at any time after starting treatment. Responses were evaluated in a retrospective longitudinal cohort study of patients with mCSPC (n=260) or nmCRPC (n=313) who were treated with ERLEADA®.10

This real-world analysis relied on clinical data that may contain inaccuracies or omissions (eg, diagnosis dates, treatment start dates, and other variables) and does not capture any diagnoses, medical services, or prescription fills obtained outside of the urology practice. The database represents the community urology setting and might not be representative of the entire population of ERLEADA® initiators in the United States, which may limit the generalizability of the study.10

PSA RESPONSE IN BLACK AND NON-BLACK PATIENTS TREATED WITH ERLEADA® WAS CONSISTENT WITH SPARTAN STUDY DATA

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Clinical real-world data collected as part of routine clinical care from 69 urology sites in the United States (study period: February 2017 - March 5, 2021). Responses were evaluated in a retrospective longitudinal cohort study of patients mCSPC (n=260) or nmCRPC (n=313) who were treated with ERLEADA®.10

§PSA response was defined as the first decline for a follow-up PSA value of 90% or more from the most recent PSA value within 13 weeks of the index date.10

||This real-world analysis relied on clinical data that may contain inaccuracies or omissions (eg, diagnosis dates, treatment start dates, and other variables) and does not capture any diagnoses, medical services, or prescription fills obtained outside of the urology practice. The database represents the community urology setting and might not be representative of the entire population of ERLEADA® initiators in the United States, which may limit the generalizability of the study.10

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Established safety profiles in the TITAN and SPARTAN studies

ADT = androgen deprivation therapy; CI = confidence interval; GnRH = gonadotropin-releasing hormone; HR = hazard ratio; mCSPC = metastatic castration-sensitive prostate cancer; MFS = metastasis-free survival; NE = not estimable; nmCRPC = non-metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer; NR = not reached; OS = overall survival; PSA = prostate-specific antigen; rPFS = radiographic progression-free survival; SPARTAN = Selective Prostate Androgen Receptor Targeting with ARN-509; TITAN = Targeted Investigational Treatment Analysis of Novel Anti-androgen.

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