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This study will use a population-based cohort design to study men with newly diagnosed low- and intermediate-risk prostate cancer at high-volume centers in Southern California (SCa) and New York State (NYS). Complications of contemporary treatments for prostate cancer and quality of life outcomes, such as general health, urinary, sexual, and bowel function, cancer anxiety, and treatment regret will be compared and tracked over the course of this study.
This study investiagates deep-regional or superficial hyperthermia to enhance radiotherapy or chemoradiation in patients that suffer recurrent disease after previous radiotherapy.
To compare the pharmacokinetics and safety between BR9004 and BR9004-1 in healthy male subjects after a single-dose administration while fasting.
This is a study of the tolerability and safety of neoadjuvant dapagliflozin for patients with high-risk or very high risk prostatic adenocarcinoma prior to radical prostatectomy. The primary hypothesis is that four weeks of daily dapagliflozin prior to surgery is well-tolerated and safe to use in this patient population.
This is a phase I/II dose-escalation study of 225Ac-J591 administered together with 177Lu-PSMA-I&T (also known as PNT2002). The two study drugs are 225Ac-J591 and 177Lu-PSMA-I&T. Both drugs are designed to deliver radiation to prostate cancer cells; they are known as radionuclide conjugates (radiation linked to antibodies/molecules that recognize prostate cancer cells). The first phase of the study (phase I) will determine the highest dose of the study drug that can be safely given. The second phase of the study (phase II) will determine the effectiveness of the drug combination in patients with prostate cancer.
Standard treatment of local or locally advanced prostate cancer is radical prostatectomy (RRP) surgery. During RRP in certain patients extended lymph node dissection (ELND) is recommended. to detect eligible patients for ELND some nomograms based on clinical factors of them is used. The Briganti nomogram is one of them. If the patient has 7% or more probability on Briganti nomogram, then ELND is recommended. But ELND is complicated surgical procedure and may cause labor lost and cost. It is aimed here to show whether the ICG based fluorescence imaging during laparoscopy may yield higher accuracy to detect metastatic LNs than the conventional ELND?
ASCAPE (Artificial intelligence Supporting CAncer Patients across Europe) is a collaborative research project involving 15 partners from 7 countries, including academic medical centers, SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), research centers and universities, aiming to leverage the recent advances in Big Data and AI (Artificial Intelligence) to support cancer patients' Quality of Life (QoL) and health status. Specifically, ASCAPE aims to provide personalized- and AI-based predictions for QoL issues in breast- and prostate cancer patients as well as suggest potential interventions to their physicians. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 875351.
This is a retrospective, proof of concept study, which aims at reconstructing the cellular heterogeneity of the tumor in multi-needle diagnostic prostate biopsy as well as any biopsy containing potentially pre-malignant tissue, to study its implications in the clinical history of the disease. For each patient, 2 or more samples will be prepared starting from the FFPE diagnostic material. The biopsy used for assigning the Gleason score will be sequenced, together with two or more of the local peri-proximal biopsies with a higher level of differentiation. Samples will undergo Whole Exome Sequencing with an average coverage of 300x at the Wellcome Sanger Institute (WSI, Hinxton, UK). Sequencing data will be analysed for single nucleotide variants, copy number variants and structural variants by using state-of-the-art data analysis pipeline at WSI. 1. Reconstruction of local PCa heterogeneity in multi-needle diagnostic biopsy with different Gleason scores (6-10) using high-coverage whole exome sequencing (WES) and DP-based clonal analysis; 2. Characterization of the relationships between pathological differentiation (Gleason score) and genomics-measured heterogeneity and malignancy features; 3. Assessment of clinical implications of clonal heterogeneity. The study will include an average of 150 prostatic diagnostic biopsies from a cohort of 20 early metastatic PC patients and 20 non-relapsing/non-metastatic patients with indolent malignant disease.
Prospective, monocentric, single arm, observational PMCF - Study on the Performance and Safety of Double-Shank Titanium Ligation Clip in Urology (Prostatectomy and Nephrectomy)
The purpose of this study is to evaluate a radioactive diagnostic study drug, which is called Gallium-68 Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen ([Ga-68]PSMA) for characterization of prostate abnormalities.