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This study will compare the two imaging modalities (MRI and micro-ultrasound) during Active Surveillance of prostate cancer (PCa). Progression to clinically significant PCa will be assessed by first taking micro-US targeted samples (while blinded to MRI results), followed by MRI targeted samples, finishing with 12 systematic biopsy cores. The primary goal is to determine if microUS is non-inferior to MRI for the detection of ≥GG2 PCa at confirmatory biopsy. This study will also collect blood samples from participants to be used for future biomarker studies.
To determine efficacy, safety and tolerabiltiy of topically applied BZ371A in patients that experienced RP, in combination with daily tadalafil compared to placebo.
This is a prospective, open, randomized phase II trial.
ADT with or without robot-assisted PSMA-radioguided surgery for patients with recurrent prostate cancer.
The aim of the study is to verify whether a multimodal prehabilitation programme prior to robotic radical prostatectomy contributes to a faster recovery of quality of life after surgery, to better functional results (including erectile function and continence) and to less perioperative anxiety. Single center randomized clinical trial including prostate cancer patients undergoing robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona. Patients will be randomized into two groups, one receiving multimodal prehabilitation and the other a control group. Multimodal prehabilitation consists of improving the functional and mental capacity of an individual to cope with a significant stressor, in this case surgery. The design of our prehabilitation program, lasting 4 weeks prior to surgery, consists of three parts; physical state, nutritional state and mental health. In the case of physical condition, a series of supervised and "home-based" exercises (aerobic and functional) will be carried out in addition to specific pelvic floor exercises. The nutritional status will be evaluated by a nutritionist. Diet guidelines will be given and if there are deficiencies they will be supplemented. Regarding mental health, a visit will be made with a psychologist and group and online therapies will be offered. The outcomes will be evaluated before starting the prehabilitation program, at the end of it (just before surgery) and at 4, 8 and 16 weeks after surgery. The outcomes include variables on physical, nutritional and mental state, health-related quality of life (HRQoL), and continence and erectile function.
Based on the high expression of specific receptors on the surface of diseased tissues and neovascularization, noninvasive targeted molecular imaging can be used to visualize lesions in vitro by combining specific ligands labeled with short half-life isotopes. In this study, a novel dual-target imaging agent 68Ga-RM26-RGD was used for clinical study of tumor PET/CT imaging to further verify its clinical application value.
This clinical trial is an open-label, single-arm, single-center, escalation (Phase 1 Part B only), rater-blind (Phase 2 only), phase 1/2 trial to evaluate the diagnostic validity/safety of Ga-68-NGUL and efficacy/safety of Lu-177-DGUL on the anti-tumor activity that aims to simultaneously evaluate diagnostic and therapeutic validity.
The purpose of this study is to collect information that may help the researchers understand the relationship between prostate cancer survivors' experiences of cancer-related cognitive dysfunction (CRCD) and their other conditions (co-morbid factors), including anxiety, depression, and insomnia. The researchers will also find out how additional things may contribute to CRCD, including social factors, the characteristics of participants' prostate cancer, and the type of cancer treatment or other medications they received.
The purpose of this study is to test whether acupuncture can improve nocturia in prostate cancer survivors. This is the first time acupuncture is being studied for nocturia in prostate cancer survivors. Researchers will see if acupuncture is a practical treatment option for prostate cancer survivors with nocturia. The study will also look at the effect acupuncture has on nocturia and other symptoms prostate cancer survivors experience such as insomnia, hot flashes, anxiety, depression, tiredness (fatigue), sexual dysfunction, and cognitive (mental) difficulties.
The investigators will collect biosamples of patient blood and tumour tissue for further immunological analysis of blood cell subpopulations, immunosupressive factors concentration, HLA expression an lymphocytes and tumour tissue, and and cancer testis antigenes expression on tumour cells, as well as clinical data on patient's stage, therapy, response and demographics. Possible prognostic and predictive dynamic biomarkers will be discovered for individualisation of treatment strategies