View clinical trials related to Prostate Cancer.Filter by:
The purpose of this study is to find out how best to detect clinically significant lesions of prostate cancer by using micro-ultrasound technology (ExactVu) and by multiparametric magnetic-resonance imaging (mpMRI).
A quality improvement initiative to improve rates of germline testing among men with prostate cancer through the use of an in-clinic educational session.
The purpose of this research is to test intervention strategies that encourage and support Black or African American men who are 40 and older to complete prostate cancer screening, and specifically to complete a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test.
This is a multi-center, prospective, observational study of patients being treated with ORGOVYX. The goal of this study is to generate real-world evidence about the safety and effectiveness of ORGOVYX in patients with prostate cancer in routine clinical care and the clinical course during treatment with and following cessation of ORGOVYX.
A single-blinded, prospective randomized parallel controlled clinical trial is designed and will be conducted from July 2022 to November 2023 (anticipated). One hundred and thirty-six patients (anticipated) with renal cancer or bladder cancer or prostate cancer will be enrolled in this study. Those patients will be enrolled by two hospital centers and the patients will be randomly divided into the Micro Hand S surgical robot group and the da Vinci surgical robot group. Robot-assisted partial nephrectomy, radical cystectomy, and radical prostatectomy will be conducted using the Micro Hand S robot or the da Vinci robot. The success rate of operation, assembly time, operation time, intraoperative hemorrhage, continence rate (if applicable), postoperative pain, comprehensive complication index, resident time and surgeon satisfaction were recorded. The aim of the study is to determine whether the newly developed Chinese Micro Hand S surgical robot results in non-inferiority outcomes in urological surgeries compared with the prevalent da Vinci robot.
The aim of the study is to determine if triptorelin formulated for use every 6 months (given twice during the study) is effective and safe for when given by injection under the skin for the treatment of adult males with cancer in the prostate.
STereotactic sAlvage Radiotherapy for macroscopic prostate bed Recurrence after prostatectomy (STARR trial) is a prospective observational study aimed to assess outcome after Stereotactic salvage radiotherapy (SSRT) for macroscopic prostate bed recurrence after radical prostatectomy.
To learn if using cryotherapy to treat only the part of the prostate known to contain cancer is effective in controlling prostate cancer
The aim of this study is to investigate and possibly validate urinary biomarkers for prostate cancer. During this study the focus will be on aberrations of selected genes as prognostic or predictive value has been shown for these genes in tissue, CTC or blood derived cfDNA. Proteins will be explored in urine as well. This is a prospective study in which urine samples will be collected from healthy volunteers and urine samples and a blood sample from cancer patients with prostate cancer. The participants will be asked to provide a urine sample collected with the ColliPee® device and fill out an online questionnaire to collect usability data. Thereafter, the urine sample will be aliquoted to be used in the study to investigate the different urinary analytes.
The aim of this study is to evaluate and optimize protocols for the isolation and analysis of analytes in urine (cell-free nucleic acids, extracellular vesicles and proteins). The following factors will be evaluated (1) volumetric collection with Colli-Pee®, a collection device developed by Novosanis for standardized collection of urine, and (2) stabilization methods. This is a prospective study in which urine samples will be collected from healthy volunteers, urine samples and a blood sample from pregnant women and cancer patients with solid tumors with emphasis on breast- and prostate cancer. The participants will be asked to provide a urine sample collected with the Colli-Pee® device and fill out an online questionnaire to collect usability data. Thereafter, the urine sample will be aliquoted to be used in different pilot studies for the protocol optimization. For the pilot study where the effect of volume will be assessed, participants will be requested to collect multiple samples with different Colli-Pee® variants and fill out questionnaires accordingly.