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This study is an observational study to determine phenotype and genotype of CYP2D6 as predictors of z-endoxifen concentrations in plasma of outgoing patients treated with tamoxifen for at least 4 months
Systematic assessment of survival data of patients who have been tested with EndoPredict®; prospective proof that patients with low risk classification by EndoPredict® (EPclin) can safely forgo chemotherapy and be treated with endocrine therapy alone.
A prospective, double blinded and randomized study included women with breast cancer and underwent mastectomy, and randomly allocated into two groups of equal size. Lidocaine group and control group.
A phase 2 non-randomized study to assess the safety and efficacy of the combination of tucatinib and trastuzumab with capecitabine for the treatment of leptomeningeal metastases in HER2-neu positive breast cancer.
The purpose of the pivotal reader study is to assess the comparative accuracy of Fujifilm DBT plus S-View versus FFDM in the detection of breast cancer.
Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer affecting women. To treat locally advanced breast cancers, neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NACT) is often carried out before surgery to reduce the tumour size to allow breast conservation surgery. However, treatment response for individual patients varies, where the tumour may not respond to treatment and the quality of patient care is compromised if the NACT treatment plan is not optimised. Therefore, the assessment of NACT efficacy is beneficial for the early identification of these patients and appropriate management of treatment. Breast tumours have unique features compared to healthy tissue, including abnormal tissue structure and biochemical composition. With NACT there are specific changes to such tumour features indicating tumour treatment response. The purpose of this study is to establish how the changes to breast tumour features following NACT treatment are seen in non-invasive imaging. This study will look at scans of breast tumours using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Changes to tissue structure will be measured by advanced diffusion MRI techniques and changes to tumour related biochemical substances will be measured by advanced magnetic resonance spectroscopy techniques. The investigators aim to assess if these techniques can provide information on the tumour treatment response following subsequent rounds of NACT treatment. In this longitudinal study, 25 patients undergoing NACT will be recruited for four repeated MRI investigations over the course of NACT treatment. Magnetic resonance (MR) measurements of tissue microstructure and biochemical composition will be compared against histological measurements and radiological assessments of treatment response. The study will recruit patients undergoing treatment at the NHS Grampian. This research is funded by Friends of ANCHOR, Tenovus Scotland Grampian and the NHS Grampian Endowment Research Fund.
All UK patients who participated in the TARGIT-A Trial were initially treated for early breast cancer between 2000-2012. A total of 3451 patients from 33 hospitals in 11 countries participated in the trial and a comparison was made between traditional radiotherapy given over several weeks (external beam radiotherapy, EBRT) with TARGeted Intraoperative radioTherapy (TARGIT-IORT) as a single dose given during the operation to remove the breast cancer. The trial was funded by the Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme of the Department of Health, UK and sponsored by University College London. The results from this trial have been published in major medical journals and have already started changing the way breast cancer in treated around the world; please see www.targit.org.uk for more details. We would like to continue to collect data about the health status of all patients to enable us to learn about longer term differences in the effects of these treatments on health. An analysis of this information could improve treatment for patients with breast cancer. For this, HTA have granted us further funding.
This is a Phase II, randomized, multicenter, 2-arm, open-label clinical trial designed to compare the safety and efficacy of RC48-ADC with that of capecitabine + lapatinib in participants with human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)-positive locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer. Participants will be treated until disease progression (PD), unmanageable toxicity, or study termination. Once disease progression is reported, all participants will be followed for survival every 3 months until death, loss to follow-up, withdrawal of consent, or study termination.
The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy, safety, and PK characteristics of the following three combinations: i) LAG525 + spartalizumab; ii) LAG525 + spartalizumab + carboplatin, and iii) LAG525 + carboplatin in subjects with metastatic TNBC and up to one prior line of systemic treatment for metastatic disease. A thorough biomarker strategy to address key aspects of tumor immunogenicity will be implemented in the study. LAG525 and spartalizumab are two immuno-agents targeting different immune checkpoints, and have been tested as single agents and in combination. To further enhance the efficacy of checkpoint inhibition, carboplatin will be given with LAG525 or with LAG525 and spartalizumab, based on the observation that the addition of chemotherapy can change the tumor microenvironment to be more favorable to immune response.
A PHASE 2, NON RANDOMIZED, OPEN LABEL, SINGLE ARM, MULTI CENTER STUDY OF TALAZOPARIB FOR NEOADJUVANT TREATMENT OF GERMLINE BRCA1/2 MUTATION PATIENTS WITH EARLY TRIPLE NEGATIVE BREAST CANCER