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Microwave Ablative (MWA) therapy, as a minimally invasive thermal therapy, has been attempted to treat breast cancer of small lesions . However, the optimal indications for MWA in the treatment of breast cancer is unknown. This prospective, open-label, single-arm phase II clinical study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy and safety of MWA in the treatment of early-stage unifocal invasive breast cancer, and to explore the immune activating effect.
This study evaluates how swelling in the chest following breast cancer treatment may affect patients' quality of life and shoulder function.
This multicenter clinical study aims to build an intelligent and accurate diagnosis and dynamic prediction and early warning model of cardiotoxicity due to anthracycline-based breast cancer chemotherapy, clarify the value of the early warning model in guiding the targeted prevention of myocardial protection, providing an important theoretical basis for reducing the mortality rate of breast cancer and improving the prognosis.
This single arm study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a non-surgical approach, consisting of radiotherapy (RT) alone, for patients who have achieved a complete pathological response (pCR) following neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NACT). The study design involves the histological confirmation of pCR using vacuum-assisted biopsy (VABB) or vacuum-assisted excision (VAE) guided by ultrasound. The primary objective is to demonstrate that the non-surgical, RT-only treatment and follow-up approach is not inferior to the traditional surgical approach in patients with pCR after NACT.
The goal of this interventional study is to test the heart-rate variability biofeedback intervention (HRV BI) in 2 cohorts of patients. Cohort A will evaluate the effect of the addition of HRV BI in patients with breast cancer treated in the neoadjuvant setting (vs. standard of care alone, SOC) followed by local therapy (surgery +/-radiotherapy). Cohort B will evaluate the effect of the addition of HRV BI in patients with colon cancer after surgery in the adjuvant setting (vs. standard of care alone, SOC).
The investigators will be conducting a randomized controlled trial amongst members of a Wellness Program to test receipt of mammogram using the Whatsapp social media platform and testing various messages.
This study is intended to carry out a single arm, prospective, open clinical study, and use Darsilide combined with endocrine therapy, Trastuzumab and Patuzumab to treat early or locally advanced breast cancer of TPBC before surgery. It is intended to further explore the efficacy and safety of the new adjuvant treatment for TPBC patients with step-down therapy.
One-third of the global population battles cancer, with surgery being the primary treatment for localized forms. Successful treatment often hinges on the thorough removal of primary tumors and pinpointing cancerous sentinel lymph nodes (SLN). Although modern surgical imaging and fluorescent probes enhance the detection of sentinel lymph nodes using near-infrared (NIR) fluorescence, their inability to precisely determine the nodes' status can result in additional surgeries, lymphedema, and a reduced quality of life for patients. Our research direction aims to harness the potential of bioinspired imaging technologies with the goal of precisely identifying SLN status and ensuring only the cancerous lymph nodes are excised during the initial procedure. To realize this objective, we're drawing inspiration from the mantis shrimp's visual system to create a single-chip multispectral camera that spans the deep ultraviolet to the near-infrared spectrum. Our pioneering sensor seamlessly combines perovskite nanocrystals, optical filters, and vertically-aligned photodetectors on a single chip, enabling concurrent imaging of external NIR fluorophores and internal UV fluorescence from tumor-specific markers.
The goal of this observational research registry is to learn about health, wellbeing, and needs of survivors of young adult cancer (diagnosed between the ages of 18 and 39). The main question[s] it aims to understand are: - What are the levels of depression, anxiety, social support, and financial distress - Determine effectiveness of YASU programming by measuring changes over time With this registry, the investigators also plan to identify survivors who may be eligible for participation in future research studies pertaining to young adult cancer. Participants will be asked to complete electronic surveys every 6 to 12 months during participation in the registry.
The goal of this study is to understand and improve the breast surgical decision-making process for young women newly diagnosed with breast cancer. As part of this study, the investigators will evaluate the impact and use a web-based tool called CONSYDER that is designed to provide useful information to young breast cancer patients. It is also meant to improve communication between young women and their surgeons with the purpose of helping patients make appropriate surgical decisions. Participants will complete surveys within 1 week of the surgical consult and 6 months after surgery. Patients who receive neoadjuvant chemotherapy will also be surveyed after the completion of neoadjuvant treatment but prior to surgery. Some patients will be invited for an interview after their surgery as part of the evaluation. A subset of patients/surgeons will also have their surgical consultation audio-recorded.