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This is a prospective, single-arm, multicenter Phase II study of patients with advanced HR+/HER2- breast cancer who are untreated or have failed previous first-line endocrine therapy。The primary objective of this study was to explore the efficacy and safety of the PD-L1 inhibitor adebrelimab in combination with the CDK4/6 inhibitor Dalpiciclib and standard endocrine therapy in advanced HR+/ HER2-breast cancer.
The present study will be based on a hybrid breast reconstruction approach with initial skin expansion using the Motiva Flora® Tissue Expander followed by a serial fat grafting session and a final step that includes the placement of a permanent breast implant Ergonomix2®.
The purpose of this study is to see whether 18F-FDHT PET/MRI scans are an effective way of identifying AR-positive breast cancer.
This is a phase III randomized study evaluating the benefit from adding metastases directed therapy and locoregional treatment of the primary in breast cancer patients diagnosed with de novo oligometastatic disease patients will be randomized to receive the standard of care (SOC) treatment vs. systemic treatment + Stereotactic Ablative Radiation Therapy. Responders will be randomized to either undergo loco-regional management of the primary tumor or not
The purpose of this study to test whether a comprehensive program may help the lymph fluid to drain out of the arm and prevent lymphedema in participants with breast cancer.
The goal of this multicentre clinical pilot study is to investigate the feasibility of the addition of Ho-166 radioembolization to chemotherapy in patients with liver metastastic breast cancer. Participants will receive a mapping angiography and Ho-166 radioembolization. Chemotherapy will be stopped 2-5 prior to radioembolization and continuation of chemotherapy will be evaluated at 2 weeks post-radioembolization.
CT-100 is a platform that provides interactive, software based therapeutic components that may be used as part of a treatment in future software-based prescription digital therapeutics. One class of CT-100 components are Digital Neuro-activation and Modulation (DiNaMo) components. DiNaMo components target key neural systems (including but not limited to systems related to sensory-, perceptual-, affective-, pain-, attention-, cognitive control, social- and self-processing) to optimally improve a participant's health.
OLIGAMI trial is a multi-institutional, two-arm, open-label, randomized controlled phase III trial being conducted with the participation of 50 hospitals belonging to Japan Clinical Oncology Group. After the first registration, all patients will be performed in a 12-week, subtype-specific, systemic therapy consisting of CDK4/6 inhibitors with hormonal therapy for luminal BC, docetaxel with trastuzumab and pertuzumab for HER2-positive BC, chemotherapy with immune checkpoint inhibitors for triple-negativeBC expressing PD-L1, and olaparib for cases harboring BRCA mutations. For other triple-negative BC, chemotherapy will be administered. If this 12-week systemic therapy does not cause any progression or complete response, patients proceed to second registration for randomization; arm A continues same systemic therapy alone, and arm B performs MDT followed by same systemic therapy. The MDT will involve either RT or surgery, and RT will involve mainly SBRT and partly conventional RT.
To evaluate the efficacy and safety of T-DXd in the treatment of HER2-positive breast cancer with brain metastases after treatment with pyrotinib
Patients presenting with a de novo diagnosis of luminal-like advanced breast cancer (ABC) or with disease recurrence after >12 months from the end of adjuvant ET, are generally candidate to a first line therapy with an aromatase inhibitor in association with a CDK4/6i. Disease recurrence in <12 months from the end of adjuvant ET defines the disease as "endocrine resistant" and identifies patients that should receive a first line therapy with the selective estrogen receptor degrader (SERD) Fulvestrant in association with the CDK4/6i Ribociclib, according to the results of the MONALEESA-3 trial. A significant percentage of ABC patients develops a primary resistance with disease progression within the first 6 months from the beginning of the treatment. Furthermore, another relevant percentage of patients initially responding to the therapy, will later develop a secondary resistance, thus progressing after a median of 2 years from the beginning of the treatment. Thereby, it is crucial to identify biomarkers that could be predictive of a response or a resistance to ET and/or CDK4/6i, to provide the best therapeutic strategy, tailored upon both clinico-pathological and molecular characteristics. Numerous pathways associated with resistance to CDK4/6i have been investigated by means of liquid biopsy analysis. The aim of this study is to identify potential biomarkers predictive of a clinical benefit in patients receiving a first line therapy with AI/fulvestrant (+/- LH-RH analogue) in association with a CDK4/6i for luminal-like advanced breast cancer.