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This is a phase II, randomized, open label study comparing first line therapy with AThis is a phase II, randomized, open label study comparing first line therapy with ADT + abiraterone (doublet arm) or ADT + abiraterone + docetaxel (triplet arm) in low volume, metastatic hormone sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC). This is a phase II, randomized, open label study comparing first line therapy with Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) + abiraterone (doublet arm) or ADT + abiraterone + docetaxel (triplet arm) in low volume, metastatic hormone sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC). The hypothesis being asked in this trial is whether first line treatment with ADT plus an androgen receptor pathway inhibitor (abiraterone) as a doublet regimen compared to ADT plus an androgen receptor pathway inhibitor (abiraterone) and docetaxel, as a triplet regimen results in superior outcomes for patients with low volume mHSPC. We plan to enroll patients with mHPSC that meet the CHAARTED criteria for low disease volume. Patients will be randomized 1:1 to either treatment arm: - doublet arm: abiraterone +ADT or - triplet arm: abiraterone + ADT + docetaxel. All subjects must receive ADT of the Investigator's choice (LHRH agonist/antagonists or orchiectomy) as standard therapy, started = 12 weeks before randomization.
Asymptomatic patients with metastatic castrate resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) without pain due to prostate cancer will be treated on an open label study to evaluate effectiveness of sequential treatment with the combination of difluoromethylornithine (DFMO) and high dose testosterone in sequence with enzalutamide to improve primary and secondary outcomes.
The aim for this study is to assess the diagnostic performance of 64Cu-SAR-bisPSMA PET to detect regional nodal metastases.
The aim of this observational study is to show the superiority of the bidirectional barbed suture (Symmcora® Longterm) in terms of time to perform the vesicourethral anastomosis after robot assisted radical prostatectomy compared to the available literature data, without an increase in the complication rate.
The purpose of this study is to determine the pharmacokinetics, dosimetry, tolerance, tumor detection rate of 68Ga-PSMA-33 in patient with Prostate Cancer (PCa).
The goal of this clinical trial is to compare SBRT (Stereotactic Body RadioTherapy) to LDRB (Low-Dose Rate Brachytherapy with Iodine-125 seed implant) in patients with low and favourable intermediate-risk prostate cancer. The two main questions it aims to answer are : 1. Does SBRT (Stereotactic Body RadioTherapy) for low and intermediate risk prostate cancer patients will result in less genito-urinary (GU) and gastro-intestinal (GI) toxicities than LDRB (Low-Dose Rate Brachytherapy)? 2. Does prostate cancer patients treated by SBRT have a better quality of life than patients treated by LDRB No randomized trial has yet compared LDRB to SBRT head to head.
It is a single-center randomized controlled trial that aims to figure out the effect of the hypotension prediction index (HPI) on the prevention of acute kidney injury (AKI) after robot-assisted urological surgery. The primary hypothesis is that HPI software guidance prevents postoperative AKI by reducing the duration and severity of intraoperative hypotension (IOH).
This is an open-label feasibility/pilot study to evaluate the safety and feasibility of the FocalPoint System with UnfoldAI. In this study, we intend to use the UnfoldAI software to identify cancer margins and create ablation treatment plans and use the FocalPoint System to deploy and monitor thermal energy in cancerous regions of the prostate. Subjects will be assessed at 1 week, 1 month, and every 3 months until one-year post-FLA treatment(s) to be monitored for adverse events and complete quality-of-life questionnaires.
The purpose of this study is to establish a holistic framework for continuous surveillance of the survival in Russian regions with high-quality population-based cancer registry data. We use the data from the population-based cancer registries of the Northwestern regions of Russia to assess the trends of net and cause-specific survival. The population structure of the Northwestern federal districts is the oldest in Russia. In addition four out of ten regional cancer registries in this federal district meet international data quality requirements.
The MRI linac Unity is a major technological evolution in radiotherapy combining a linear accelerator with a 1.5T MRI (radiological quality). It allows to target the target volume more precisely and to adapt the daily dose distribution according to variations in the position and volume of the tumor, critical organs and the tumor response. In many studies conducted in radiology, the analysis of specific MRI sequences, particularly in radiomics, aims to characterize tumors and their sensitivity to treatment. Initial data show that in radiotherapy, it would eventually be possible to characterize the radiosensitivity of healthy and tumorous tissues. With linac 1.5T MRI, the performance of selected MRI sequences, at each session, could make it possible to identify different levels of radiosensitivity within the tumour. The reproduction of these sequences on a daily basis could make it possible to follow the variations in radiosensitivity during the treatment. The final objectives would be: 1- to adapt the doses of radiotherapy to each session with a modulation of the dose according to the daily level of intra-tumor radiosensitivity, 2- to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools allowing an analysis sequences and the generation of 3D maps of intra-tumor radiosensitivity, fast and suitable for carrying out a radiotherapy session. A first work carried out in collaboration with the CREATIS lab of the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (UCBL1) made it possible to generate maps of tissue oxygenation from sequences produced on the MRI linac Unity of the Hospices Civils de Lyon (T2* , IVIM, Carto T2 Multi Echo-Gradient). Hypoxia is known to be the first factor of tumor resistance to irradiation. A research program is structured in collaboration with UCBL1 in order to develop radiobiological adaptive radiotherapy approaches, based on 3D maps of intra-tumoral hypoxia and their variation during treatment. Several tumor locations were selected because of the preponderant place of MRI in tumor characterization: prostate, cervix, kidney, ENT and glioblastoma. Hypoxia is not the only factor of radioresistance. Changes in the microenvironment could also impact the sensitivity of tumor cells. The program will therefore also aim to optimize the maps initially based on hypoxia, by identifying other relevant factors to be taken into account to define intra-tumor sensitivity.