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Assess feasibility of home exercise in reducing fatigue in subjects with breast cancer receiving curative intent chemotherapy. Subjects are randomized to control (no exercise) or intervention group (exercise). The PRO-CTCAE tool and FACIT Fatigue Scale are used to collect patient reported outcomes. Subjects submit data via mobile phone, tablet or computer. Assessments are weekly during chemotherapy (10-20 wks), at end of chemotherapy and 1, 3 and 6 months after chemotherapy.
The goal of this observational study is to investigate and validate multi-parametric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) modalities for assessment of breast cancer response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in a multi-site and multi-MRI scanner platform setting. This study is conducted at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), University of Washington (UW), and University of Iowa (UI) using Siemens, Philips, and General Electric MRI scanners, respectively. MRI is a type of scan that uses a very strong magnet and no radiation to take very detailed pictures of parts of the body. MRI is often used as standard of care to take pictures of breast tumor(s) before and after chemotherapy treatment in order to measure the tumor size changes in response to treatment, and in order to plan for surgery. MRI is used because the images it takes are very clear and the borders of the tumor can be measured very accurately. However the tumor size alone is often not a good early indicator of whether or not the tumor responds to treatment. Tumor size change usually happens late during the period of treatment, and tumor size measured with MRI after treatment can overestimate or underestimate the residual cancer. This makes it difficult to do the right surgical planning. In addition to measuring tumor size, the MRI scans in this research study will also measure changes in tumor blood vessels and the number of cancer cells per unit of tumor volume. The purpose of this study is to see whether MRI measurements of these functional tumor properties provide better early prediction and evaluation of breast cancer response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy than tumor size measurement. This is an observational study because the MRI procedures are not expected to have an effect on health outcomes. Eligible participants on this study are receiving standard of care neoadjuvant treatment for their cancer.
The main goal of this clinical trial is to test benefits of completing online pain coping skills training program in women who have been diagnosed with stage I-III breast cancer, who have completed their primary cancer treatment, who are taking an AI medication, and who have arthralgia. Arthralgia is a type of joint, bone, and muscle pain that is a common side effect of AI medications. The main questions it aims to answer are: 1. Whether online pain coping skills training reduces the severity of pain and the interference it causes in women's daily lives. 2. Whether online pain coping skills training improves emotional distress, quality of life, and adherence to AI medications. 3. Whether benefits of online pain coping skills training are at least partially caused by women's increased confidence that they can manage their pain and a reduction in unhelpful thinking patterns about pain. 4. Whether online pain coping skills training improves effects of AI medications on sleep problems and symptoms of menopause like hot flashes and night sweats. Participants can complete all parts of the study at home. They will: 1. Complete four sets of questionnaires throughout the study, which will take about 9 to 10 months. 2. Attend 3 meetings in the first month of the study, all of which can be held via a video conference. 3. Use an electronic pill bottle to track their use of their AI medication. 4. Be randomized (like flipping a coin) to one of two study arms: They will either receive education about AIs and arthralgia or they will receive this education along with access to an online pain coping skills training program. Research will compare the education group to the education plus online pain coping skills training group to see if online pain coping skills training has the benefits mentioned above.
The objective of this Study is to collect, process, and transfer biologic samples such as blood and/or tissue biopsies to determine the concordance of detected alterations obtained through liquid biopsy analyses compared to next generation sequencing of time-matched or archival tissue specimens from individuals with advanced solid tumors. Examples of locally advanced and metastatic tumors include stage III and IV cancers (ex. lung, breast, all gastrointestinal malignancies, all gynecologic malignancies, prostate cancer, head and neck tumors, soft tissue cancers, and melanoma). These specimens will be analyzed for diagnostic purposes and research (either by Labcorp/OmniSeq or to a third-party recipient designated by Labcorp/OmniSeq). Labcorp/OmniSeq may transfer the specimens and data to its clients, including commercial, academic or non-profit research institutions; or alternatively, may retain the specimens in its repository for future research use at the sole discretion of Labcorp/OmniSeq and or assignees. Labcorp/OmniSeq will maintain all detailed clinical information including demographic data (de-identified), ethnicity, disease state, stage (radiological, pathological and clinical-whichever is relevant).
This study is a national, multicenter, prospective, non-interventional study in women with HR+/HER2- locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer (BC), for which a prior clinical decision to initiate ribociclib + endocrine therapy (ET) treatment according to the marketing authorization has been taken and was taken independent and prior to study participation decision.
To identify Black individuals who are eligible for genetic testing through trusted community organizations, and to connect Black individuals and their families to genetic testing and counseling so that they can know their cancer risk and how to decrease it.
The incidence of breast reconstruction failure after conventional photon radiotherapy for breast cancer is about 18.7%. At present, there is limited data on proton radiotherapy for post operative breast cancer with implantation reconstruction. Proton radiotherapy for breast cancer can significantly reduce the radiation dose of the ipsilateral heart and lung, thereby reducing the incidence of cardiac events and radiation pneumonia. This study is aimed at the study of adjuvant hypofractionated intensity-modulated proton radiotherapy for post operative breast cancer with implantation reconstruction. It can provide an ideal treatment option for such patients to effectively protect the heart and lungs without increasing the failure rate of breast reconstruction after adjuvant radiotherapy.
This study aims to evaluate the efficacy of silibinin in preventing recurrence in the brain after complete resection of a brain metastasis (BM) from non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) or breast cancer (BC).
The ReMig-study aims to increase knowledge about rehabilitation needs, the rehabilitation process of arabic-speaking migrated women with BC, to increase the prerequisites for optimized and equal cancer care. The study aims to map migrated Arabic-speaking women's breast cancer rehabilitation with a focus on mental and physical recovery, lifestyle habits as well as satisfaction and goals with the rehabilitation and compare these outcomes with the outcomes of Swedish-speaking women. Further aim is to explore migrated Arabic-speaking women´s experiences and attitudes towards breast cancer rehabilitation.
This study evaluate the effectiveness of lymphatic bypass supermicrosurgery (LBS) and axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) compare to ALND alone to prevent breast cancer treatment-related lymphedema (BCRL).