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BIOPSTAGE is a prospective, non-randomized, diagnostic, multi-cohort investigational study to evaluate the impact of pelvic Multi-parametric 3-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging (mp-3TMRI) and whole-body 68Ga-PSMA PET/CT for diagnosis of clinically-significant prostate cancer and pre-surgical staging.
The overall goal of this study is to identify a safe dose of metformin, in combination with oligomeric procyanidin complex (OPC) for pharmacologic reduction of AGE levels in patients with prostate cancer.
This is a multi-center, single-arm, open-label, phase III trial in patients with biopsy-proven prostate cancer. Patients will receive regular standard of clinical care. The only study-specific procedures will the administration of 18F-DCFPyL followed by a PET/CT scan. Differences in theoretical optimal clinical management based on a review of clinical, biochemical and radiographic subject data before and after 18F-DCFPyL PET/CT imaging by a central panel of experts will be captured at study completion.
The purpose of this study is to show that reduction in advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) is associated with the beneficial regulation of receptor for AGE (RAGE) mediated tumor response which may correlate with improved quality of life in PCa survivors. AGEs are produced by the body and are affected by lifestyle, weight and diet.
The purpose of this study is to test whether a dose escalation up to 2000 mg per day of abiraterone acetate is feasible and lead to disease stabilization in castration-resistant metastatic prostate cancer patients who experience disease progression within the first 6 months of abiraterone actetate at standard dose (1000 mg/d) and have a plasma abiraterone concentration below 8.5 ng/mL. It is a non-comparative phase 2 study in which patients will be included in two successive steps. Patients with mCRPC will be included in the first step and treated with standard dose (1000 mg/day) of ABI + prednisone /prednisolone (10 mg/d) according to the summary of product characteristics and monitored for trough ABI plasma level each month for 3 months. In the second step intrapatient ABI dose escalation (2000 mg/day) + prednisone/prednisolone (10 mg/d) will be realized for patients from the first step experiencing progressive disease within 6 months of ABI standard dose and with mean ABI plasma level during the first three months < 8.5 ng/mL
This study offers focal therapy for prostate cancer by using an intra-urethral radiotransponder temporarily placed during radiotherapy. The study aims to improve the risk-benefit ratio of therapy for early prostate cancer and potentially lessen symptom burden over time.
This is a pilot study assessing efficacy and safety in patients with advanced prostate cancer.
We investigate the association between Triglyserid-Glucose(TyG) index and prostate cancer in patients undergoing radical prostatectomy.
The primary aim of this study is to determine whether a multi-modal, physician-focused behavioral intervention can improve facility-level guideline-concordant utilization of prostate cancer staging imaging. Other aims of this study include to use mixed methods to explore physician influence on guideline-concordant imaging and to determine the cost and cost impact of a physician-focused behavioral intervention to improve guideline-concordant prostate cancer imaging.
The primary objective of this feasibility study is to determine if administration of LUM015 will result in positive fluorescence of tumor tissue from ex vivo specimen imaging with the LUM Imaging device from patients undergoing radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer. Both normal tissue and tumor tissue will be imaged and analyzed. The LUM Imaging System is a portable combination product consisting of an imaging device and an imaging agent (LUM015). Patients with an established diagnosis of prostate cancer and who are eligible for radical prostatectomy will be screened. Eligible patients will be enrolled and on the day of their planned surgery, LUM015 will be administered 2-6 hours prior to surgery. Patients will undergo radical prostatectomy 2-6 hours after LUM015 administration. All surgical specimens will be imaged with the LUM imaging device and have routine diagnostic assessment. Patients will be monitored for adverse events from time of injection through the first standard of care post-surgical follow-up visit.