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After breast cancer patients complete the acute phase of their treatment (i.e. surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy), they are routinely followed in clinic every 3-6 months for several years. Multiple guideline recommendations exist with no consensus on the optimal follow-up schedule due to lack of randomized data to support any particular follow-up recommendation. Therefore the investigators propose a randomized trial evaluating personalized vs guideline-based well follow-up strategies for patients with early-stage breast cancer.


Clinical Trial Description

After breast cancer patients complete the acute phase of their treatment (i.e. surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy), they are routinely followed in clinic every 3-6 months for several years. Multiple guideline recommendations exist with no consensus on the optimal follow-up schedule due to lack of randomized data to support any particular follow-up recommendation. The frequency of follow-up varies between and within different institutions. To date, no de-escalation strategy has appropriately evaluated patient reported outcomes such as quality of life or perception of care. There has been a growing body of evidence that de-intensification of follow-up is safe, effective and reduces costs for both patients and the health care system. Therefore the investigators propose a randomized trial evaluating personalized vs guideline-based well follow-up strategies for patients with early-stage breast cancer. ;


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NCT number NCT05365230
Study type Interventional
Source Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Contact Lisa Vandermeer, MSc
Phone 613-737-7700
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase Phase 4
Start date June 2022
Completion date July 2026

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