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In this project, the investigators aim to evaluate the most appropriate design and implementation strategy of a decision-aid to promote shared-decision making in prostate cancer screening.
This is an observational study where prostate cancer related PROMs (EPIC-26) is collected using two different methods (by paper questionnaires and electronically) and patient experience and preference is asked.
Preventing pre-surgical stress can help patients achieve positive outcomes on health and well-being. However, very few patients receive adequate stress relief support prior to a surgical procedure. Provision of education and information about the surgery can be a crucial component of the preoperative experience and is inversely related to levels of preoperative anxiety. However, resource constraints make face-to-face education sessions untenable, given cost considerations and time investment by trained health personnel. Interventions based on mobile health (mHealth) technologies, geared towards increasing familiarity with surgical procedures and hospital environments have been shown to help patients feel informed about possible benefits and risks of available treatment options. mHealth apps and Virtual Reality (VR) can offer patients experience in the perioperative environment that can be helpful in empowering patients and enhancing a more positive experience, while reducing stress. However, available applications focus only on providing informative content, neglecting the importance of patient empowerment with a more robust educational curriculum. According to this, the Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) CARINAE, aims to support patients and caregivers during the whole perioperative process. SaMD CARINAE consists of an mHealth mobile application for patients and caregivers, a Virtual Reality headset for patients, and a web application for healthcare professionals.
1. To investigate the tolerability of MR-linac based stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (MRL-SBRT)for patients with localized prostate cancer 2. To assess the acute and late toxicities, efficacy and quality of life for patients treated by MRL-SBRT 3. To simulate the dose planning and assess the feasibility of simultaneous-boost for MR-prominent foci 4. To investigate the relationship between the changes of blood and tissue biomarkers and manifestations on mp-MRI pre-/post-MRL-SBRT, to further ascertain the predictive factors of local persisting and/or relapse disease
To evaluate the safety profile of FIRMAGON (to fulfill the regulatory authority's requirement of Intensive Drug Monitoring in Chinese patients with prostate cancer need androgen deprivation therapy [ADT] treated with FIRMAGON). Study Design This study is a multi-center, single-arm, non-interventional, prospective study among Chinese patients with prostate cancer and need ADT receiving treatment with FIRMAGON. This program will provide the minimum 6 doses and maximum 12 doses of FIRMAGON to enrolled patients during one-year follow-up. Patients who meet inclusion criteria and will or are accepting at least 6 self-financed doses treatment in hospital. Patients should return to the hospital for medical assessment every three months. The prescription of 6 (3 dose × 2 times) self-financed doses will be given by doctors after assessment, and the direct-to-patient pharmacy will distribute FIRMAGON to eligible patients (patients should bring the prescriptions and the last FIRMAGON boxes to get other doses). All enrolled patients will be followed up to collect safety information for one year from the 1st dose unless withdrawal of Informed Consent Form, discontinuation for 2 months, lost to follow-up, death, or termination due to other reasons, whichever comes first.
To evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of the Mitomic Prostate Test (MPT) comparing to prostate biopsy within the intended use population.
Observational study that will be collecting clinical and molecular health information from cancer patients who have received comprehensive genomic profiling and meet the specific eligibility criteria outlined for each cohort with the goal of conducting research to advance cancer care and create a dataset that furthers cancer research.
This study is a multi-center prospective study. Patients who meet the indications for prostate biopsy were included in this study.The study was randomly divided into two groups, one group was transperineal free-hand biopsy; the other group was puncture stent-assisted transperineal prostate biopsy. Exploring the positive rate of puncture stent-assisted transperineal prostate biopsy
Before prostate puncture, the patient's serum was collected for PHI detection, and multi-parameter MRI was performed to obtain the PI-RADS score. The sensitivity and specificity of PHI combined with PI-RADS score in the diagnosis of clinically significant prostate cancer were explored.
The TRANSLATE randomised controlled trial aims to evaluate local anaesthetic transperineal biopsy (LATP) versus transrectal ultrasound-guided (TRUS) prostate biopsy, in the evaluation of previously biopsy-naive men being investigated for clinically significant prostate cancer (on the basis of an elevated age-specific PSA, or abnormal digital rectal examination, or MRI-visible lesion). Men under investigation for possible prostate cancer and recruited to TRANSLATE will be randomised to receive either an LATP or TRUS prostate biopsy, with the primary outcome measure being detection of clinically significant prostate cancer (defined as any Gleason pattern 4 disease, i.e. any Gleason Grade Group >=2 disease). Secondary outcome measures include infection, other complications, tolerability, rate of re-biopsy, detection of clinically insignificant prostate cancer, and a full health economics evaluation.