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NCT number NCT03426748
Study type Interventional
Source British Columbia Cancer Agency
Contact Juanita M Crook, MD
Phone 250 712 3958
Email jcrook@bccancer.bc.ca
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase Phase 3
Start date February 15, 2018
Completion date December 31, 2026

Clinical Trial Summary

H17-02904 is a randomized comparison of low dose rate vs. high dose rate prostate brachytherapy for favorable and intermediate risk prostate cancer suitable for brachytherapy as monotherapy. This is a continuation with expanded accrual of the randomized Pilot study H15-02103


Clinical Trial Description

Men suitable for prostate brachytherapy as monotherapy will undergo multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging for staging and identification of a dominant lesion and will be randomly selected for either a single low dose rate permanent seed implant or 2 fractions of high dose rate brachytherapy. Using image registration techniques, dominant lesions will be biopsied under anesthesia at the start of the brachytherapy procedure. Biopsies will reviewed for tumor Gleason score and sent for Cell Cycle Progression testing (Prolaris). Patients receiving high dose rate brachytherapy will also have biopsies between the 2 fractions to assess tumor changes induced from the first fraction. Post implant quality assurance will determine the dose to the dominant lesions and compare these between the 2 types of brachytherapy. Post implant symptoms will be tracked for severity and time course.


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