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This study is a multicenter, randomized, phase 3 clinical trial in patients with breast cancer, randomizing radiotherapy group (postmastectomy radiation therapy (PMRT)/whole breast irradiation plus regional radiotherapy (WBI+regional RT) versus and no PMRT/WBI alone group. This is a non-inferiority study aiming that there is no significant difference in the 7-year disease-free survival rate between the two groups.
This study will compare morphine consumption during the first 48 hours postoperatively between the OFA group and the CGA control group.
The purpose of this study is to learn more about the challenges with breast cancer diagnosis in Tanzania and the support available to improve this process.
The standard treatment for breast cancer when cancer cells were found near or within the margins of the tissue that is removed during breast surgery, is radiation of the entire chest wall. This may be considered overtreatment since the only reason for doing so is that cancer cells were near or in the margins of the breast tissue that was removed. In this study, the amount of radiation treatment will be limited to the area where the remaining cancer cells were found after surgery. The purpose of this study is to find out if partial chest wall radiation therapy is as good as whole chest wall radiation therapy in reducing the risk of breast cancer cancer coming back.
This is a phase III clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of BPI-16350 in combination with Fulvestrant versus placebo combined with Fulvesrant in Patients who have HR positive and HER2 negative locally advanced，recurrent or metastatic breast cancer with disease progression following endocrine therapy.
Primary Objectives are to determine the maximum tolerated dose (MTD)/recommended phase 2 dose (RP2D) of ZN-c3 and ZN-c3 and bevacizumab or ZN-c3 and bevacizumab plus pembrolizumab in metastatic CCNE1 amplified and TP53 mutant solid tumors as well to evaluate antitumor activity of ZN-c3 and bevacizumab or ZN-c3 and bevacizumab plus pembrolizumab in metastatic CCNE1 amplified and TP53 mutant solid tumors.
Due to neoadjuvant therapy with trastuzumab and pertuzumab is less effective for HR+/HER2+ breast cancer, and the PHEDRA Clinical Study subgroup analysis showed that the addition of pyrotinib to trastuzumab more than doubled pCR rates in HR+/HER2+ patients. our research group proposed a hypothesis that pyrotinib may be more advantageous for HR+/HER2+ breast cancer. Therefore, our center intends to carry out a multi-center, randomized controlled, prospective clinical study to compare the efficacy of pyrotinib or pertuzumab combined with docetaxel, carboplatin and trastuzumab in neoadjuvant therapy for patients with HR+/HER2+ breast cancer, and to conduct a comparative study on the safety.
This is a monocentric, prospective, pilot study that will enrol 435 subjects with solid tumours that are treated with immune checkpoint inhibitor(s) (ICI) alone or in combination with chemotherapy or targeted therapy. For enrolled subjects, clinical and laboratory evaluations will be performed and reported at different time points: - Early (4-6 weeks after treatment start) - Midtime (8-11 weeks after treatment start) - Late (13-18 weeks after treatment start) - At the occurrence of immune-related adverse events (irAEs), clinical and laboratory evaluation will be performed at two principal time points: - For the 1st time of any grade 1 or 2 irAE if the subject developed it. - For the 1st time of any grade 3 or 4 irAE if the subject developed it.
Peripheral neuropathy resulting from chemotherapy is a problem that concerns not only the individual but also their relatives and all healthcare personnel responsible for care. Studies to be carried out in this area are important in terms of providing evidence for nurses' practices and supporting the individual by alleviating the symptoms of the disease. Based on this information, the aim of this study is to determine the effect of menthol application, which will be applied to the hands and feet of breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy, on CIPN.
The primary aim is to examine changes in tumor perfusion, oxygen saturation, and tumor physiology before and following acute physical activity in breast cancer patients. The secondary aim is to examine changes in circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) levels before and following acute physical activity in breast cancer patients. The tertiary aim is to explore changes in circulating exerkines (cytokines and growth factors altered by exercise) before and following acute physical activity in breast cancer patients.