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The aim of this recruitment plan (ADAPT-Enrich) is to collect image and technical data on both digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and full-field digital mammography (FFDM), along with other subject data including histology results from biopsy specimen examination and cancer classification data from initially asymptomatic women referred for clinically indicated breast biopsy based on suspicious DBT screening breast imaging results. These data will be included in a subsequent and prospectively planned pooled analysis described in a separate protocol (ADAPT-BIE) examining superiority of DBT to FFDM for breast cancer diagnosis and other performance measures.
Evaluate the feasibility of translating preclinical Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST) MRI protocol designed to estimate tumor extracellular pH (pHe) to a clinical MRI scanner in women with early stage breast cancer. Assays are used to quantify tumor acidosis.
This study is to see how safe the use of short-term fasting is in breast cancer patients who will receive chemotherapy before undergoing surgery and to examine if the use of short-term fasting will decrease the side effects of chemotherapy and how much a tumor shrinks while receiving chemotherapy.
This study will prospectively evaluate the technical feasibility, acute toxicity, late effects and oncologic outcomes of CyberKnife Stereotactic Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation (CK-SAPBI) in early stage breast cancer. It will evaluate quality of life (QOL) issues as they relate to treatment-related side effects and cosmetic results.
The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if metformin can help to control nerve damage (loss of motor or sensory function) that may be caused by treatment with paclitaxel in patients with breast cancer. In this study, metformin will be compared to a placebo. A placebo is not a drug. It looks like the study drug, but it is not designed to treat any disease or illness. It is designed to be compared with a study drug to learn if the study drug has any real effect.
This prospective, single center, phase II study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of bicalutamide as a treatment in androgen receptor (AR)-positive metastatic triple-negative breast cancer (mTNBC) patients.
The aim of this recruitment plan (ADAPT-BX) is to collect image and technical data on both digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and full-field digital mammography (FFDM), along with other subject data including histology results from biopsy specimen examination and cancer classification data from initially asymptomatic women referred for biopsy after recall from screening and diagnostic work-up. These data will be included in a subsequent and prospectively planned pooled analysis described in a separate protocol (ADAPT-BIE) examining superiority of DBT to FFDM for breast cancer diagnosis and other clinical performance measures.
This trial will measure the fatigue in breast cancer patients. Two groups of patients will be realised: - Arm A: Physical activity during treatment - Arm B: No physical activity during treatment but after The aim of the study is to decrease fatigue, with adequate physical activity, in primary breast cancer patients who receive a treatment for their pathology.
Metastatic pleural effusion is a common complication of late-stage cancer and reduces the quality of life and survival of patients. The survival of patients with recurrent pleurisy by uncontrolled local or systemic treatment is less than 6 months. It is important to develop specific therapies to improve the quality of life and survival of patients with metastatic pleurisy. Bevacizumab is a monoclonal anti vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) which has proven effective in many indications in oncology. Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) is an angiogenic factor which increases endothelial permeability. It plays a central role in many tumors of epithelial origin. In this context, it is legitimate to ask whether an antiangiogenic targeting VEGF may be effective in patients with metastatic pleurisy by decreasing local blood supply and over-permeability. No study has been interested in the intra-pleural pharmacokinetics of monoclonal antibodies and there are no predictive or prognostic biomarkers for metastatic pleural effusions. The investigators believe that intrapleural administration of bevacizumab will reduce the pleural vasculature permeability. It will neutralize VEGF present in pleural fluid and reduce the replenishment of effusion due to its prolonged half-life of 21 days. The investigators therefore propose a phase I study to determine the maximum tolerated dose and the recommended dose for phases II, studying the pharmacokinetics of intrapleural bevacizumab administered by an implantable device after evacuating a symptomatic metastatic pleurisy as part of a mammary carcinoma. The VEGF intrapleural levels and serum will be study and the time until a new puncture. Dyspnea will be evaluated as well as its impact on quality of life.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of consuming "R" on quality of life in the areas of insomnia, fatigue, and depression in female breast cancer patients receiving multi-cycle adjuvant chemotherapy.