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Breast cancer is the most common malignancy among women worldwide. For early stage breast cancer, adjuvant radiotherapy is essential to minimize loco-regional disease recurrence. However, significant portions of the heart and the lungs are exposed to low dose radiation during radiotherapy, which result in stochastic side effects among breast cancer survivors. Inspired by 3D printing technology, we approached this issue with an in-house made PERSonalized BReAst holder system (PERSBRA). PERSBRA is composed of a 3D-printed plastic holder covering the whole breast and an air-filled interface. Its main function is to reproducibly adjust the breast position to decrease heart and lung radiation exposure in tangential fields. Here we propose to measure the performance of PERSBR in terms of radiation dosimetry in 50 patients receiving scheduled whole breast irradiation. For customized PERSBRA, body shape of the patient with or without a bustier corset will be captured with a handheld 3D scanner and input into a 3D printer for PERSBRA design and manufacturing. A participant will receive two more CT scans in addition to the simulation scan with PERSBRA in place before the first and the sixth fractions of irradiation. These images will be analyzed for dosimetric parameters in the presence/absence of PERSBRA as well as position reproducibility. The data will provide proof-of-principle evidence for the clinical utility of PERSBRA and will facilitate its further refinement.
The VIOLA Study is a Clinical Utility Study to explore and better understand the value, usage, and benefits of Melody®, a tear-based screening test for breast cancer. Melody® was developed and validated by Namida Lab, Inc., a high complexity Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified lab.
Sometimes, breast ultrasound and mammographic can't be diagnose suspsious lesions ( no substratum). So a MRI-guided breast biopsy is perfomed and disclosed ultimately benign lesions. The aim of this retrospective study is to establish a predictive MRI score of occult breast lesions by mammography and ultrasound.
In this study, clinical impacts of shared decision making between physicians and patients in strategy of surveillance for asymptomatic patients who ended the primary treatments on quality of life would be investigated
investigating chemotherapy anxieties
The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to assess whether AI can improve the efficacy of mammography screening, by adapting single and double reading based on AI derived cancer-risk scores and to use AI as a decision support in the screen reading, compared with conventional mammography screening (double reading without AI).
The Compass Course (CC) is a group intervention designed for individuals with Breast Cancer. Over the course of 8 face-to-face group sessions, the CC is designed to help participants reclaim a sense of self-grounded purpose in daily life, defined as intentional use of time and energy in ways that align with one's values, strengths, and sources of personal meaning (e.g., inner compass) in the moments that compose a day. Because of COVID-19, in-person groups are discouraged and so we need to identify new ways to provide group-based interventions that are feasible and efficacious.
The study should evaluate the biological distribution of 99mTc-RM26 in patients with prostate cancer and breast cancer. The primary objective are: 1. To assess the distribution of 99mTc- RM26 in normal tissues and tumors at different time intervals. 2. To evaluate dosimetry of 99mTc- RM26. 3. To study the safety and tolerability of the drug 99mTc- RM26 after a single injection in a diagnostic dosage. The secondary objective are: 1. To compare the obtained 99mTc- RM26 SPECT imaging results with the data of CT and/or MRI and/or ultrasound examination and immunohistochemical (IHC) studies in prostate cancer and breast cancer patients.
The purpose of this retrospective observational study is to evaluate the performance of the Shared Decision Making Process scale in a sample of patients who have received a decision aid about the decision to screen or not screen for breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, or lung cancer.