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This is a multi-centre, phase II, open-label, 12-month clinical trial for patients previously treated with WST09 (Tookad) who have positive prostate biopsies for cancer. The study aims at delivering a second WST09 treatment for the purpose of eradicating the localized prostate cancer.
Single center, single-arm, open-label, 60-month follow-up phase IIb clinical trial. Men with localized prostate cancer will receive TOOKAD® Soluble VTP under general anesthesia. To evaluate the absence of biopsy detectable Gleason grade 4 or 5 prostate cancer tumors anywhere in the prostate gland on 12-month, post-treatment biopsy following TOOKAD® Soluble-VTP in men with prostate cancer Gleason score 7(3+4).
Multiple center, single-arm, open-label, 12-month follow-up phase IV pragmatic clinical trial in men with unilateral prostate cancer meeting eligibility criteria for the drug (as per the European Economic Area (EEA) Marketing Authorisation) to assess the occurrence and dynamics of the time with toxicities (urinary incontinence Grade 2 and over and/or erectile dysfunction Grade 2 and over) in patients 12 months following TOOKAD® VTP.
This is an open observational extended follow-up study of patients originally randomized into TOOKAD® Soluble VTP therapy or active surveillance (control group). Additional 60-month follow-up study
This is a three-year project funded by a Cancer Research UK Multidisciplinary Award and brings together a team from UCL Division of Medicine, Computer Science and University College London Hospital. The aim is to develop Magnetic Resonance (MR) sequences and mathematical algorithms to reduce the distortions in MR images, especially of the prostate.
The study team created a tool to help identify patients who may benefit from shared decision making in the primary care setting. This tool is a guide to aid in decision making for prostate cancer screening. The team proposes the topics to be discussed in the screening conversation include the risk for developing prostate cancer based upon age, race/ethnicity, family history of prostate cancer, history of previous digital rectal exam, and history of previous prostate specific an...
Environmental factors such as diet and cigarette smoking may play a role in predicting the progression of early stage prostate cancer to advance disease. The goal of this project is to establish an observational cohort of patients with early stage prostate cancer who elect not to undergo radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy to evaluate risk factors which predict the transformation of early stage to clinically aggressive disease.
RATIONALE: Studying samples of tumor tissue and blood in the laboratory from patients with cancer may help doctors learn more about changes that occur in DNA and identify biomarkers related to cancer. It may also help doctors predict how patients will respond to treatment. PURPOSE: This research study is looking at tissue and blood samples from patients with recurrent prostate cancer who received lapatinib on clinical trial ECOG-E5803.
The purpose of this research study is to determine if giving men with early stage (Grade 1-2) prostate cancer dietary supplement from soybeans called isoflavones, will change their blood hormone levels. Isoflavones are substances found in a high concentration in soybeans that are converted in the intestines to hormone-like compounds which are similar to estrogen. They are also thought to have cancer fighting properties. Clinical trials suggest that isoflavones can increase cert...
This study is being carried out to see if ZD1839 is effective in treating prostate cancer after being diagnosed with an early rising PSA (prostate specific antigen) following surgery.
RATIONALE: Watchful waiting until symptoms appear may be effective in patients with prostate cancer. It is not yet known if watchful waiting is more effective than prostatectomy for early prostate cancer. PURPOSE: Randomized phase III trial to compare surgery with watchful waiting in men who have stage I or stage II prostate cancer.
The primary goal of this project is to evaluate the efficacy of prostate seed implantation for the treatment of early stage prostate cancer for patients treated at Summa Health System/Akron City Hospital and Salem Community Hospital.
Vitamin D promotes the differentiation of prostate cancer cells, maintains the differentiated phenotype of prostate epithelial cells, and can induce prostate cancer cell death, raising the possibility that vitamin D deficiency over time promotes the progression of subclinical prostate cancer to clinical disease. The investigators propose to conduct a clinical study aimed at measuring the efficacy of vitamin D3 (4000IU/day) supplementation in Veterans diagnosed with low-risk, ea...
MRI is being increasingly relied upon for detection, staging and management of prostate cancer. In this study patients with risk of prostate cancer will be recommended to have a pelvic MRI prior to the standard biopsy of the prostate and standard treatment of any detected prostate cancer. The results of the MRI will be compared to standard diagnosis techniques to see if cancer can be more accurately detected.
Early detection of prostrate cancer and development of metastases. The research will attempt to match the SCM test (structuredness of the cytoplasmic matrix) in lymphocytes as an early cancer detection test using Florescent Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) as a replacement for the CellScan instrument. The test is based on measurement of cellular changes in response to the specific prostate antigen, PSA.
RATIONALE: Gene mutations may make prostate cancer cells unable to attach to androgens. This may permit the growth of prostate cancer. Gene testing may improve the identification of patients with advanced prostate cancer. PURPOSE: Clinical trial to study the androgen receptor gene in patients with prostate cancer that is not responsive to hormone therapy.
Prostate cancer is a commonly diagnosed cancer, and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among men in the U.S. The subgroup of men with advanced prostate cancer is particularly vulnerable to difficult choices for treatment because of the nature of their disease and having limited options. This study will test the use of an innovative Registered Nurse-Community Patient Navigator team delivered interactive mHealth decision aid for patients with advanced prostate cancer to...
Investigators propose an observational interview study to explore how patients understand treatment conversations with their physicians within the framework of health literacy. The study team will test whether patients' understanding of treatment options and side effects can be improved when patients receive a low literacy educational supplement after meeting with their urologist. Investigators will interview a group of newly diagnosed, early stage, African American prostate ca...
A population-based randomised trial of prostate cancer screening will be carried out. A total of approximately 67,000 men aged 50-63 in Helsinki and Tampere are randomised to intervention (screening) or control arm. A reduction in harms of screening in the form of overdiagnosis is sought, while retaining as much as possible of the mortality benefit (reduction in prostate cancer mortality). Novel methods that have been shown to increase specificity for clinically relevant prosta...
One in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime. The majority of men diagnosed with prostate cancer have early stage disease, which can be managed in a variety of ways, ranging from monitoring to interventional treatment. However is it not always clear which treatment option is best. All men with newly diagnosed localised prostate cancer are assigned a disease risk category (low/intermediate/high risk). This is based on clinical findings and prostate ...
The project team has an online information system developed in a participatory process involving urologists and former patients ("tutorial") for patients with localized prostate cancer. In a field test, relevant outcomes are measured and the tutorial will be tested for its clinical applicability.
The standard of care for patients with bone-metastatic, castrate-resistant prostate cancer is chemotherapy. If a patient elects not to choose chemotherapy, 70% will progress within 6 months. KX2-391 given orally twice a day for 6 months will be evaluated for its ability to delay/prevent disease progression in patients who have not had prior chemotherapy.
The purpose of this study is - to determine the rate of osteoporosis among patients with advanced prostate cancer. - to propose an algorithm for early detection of patients with advanced prostate cancer who are at risk of developing osteoporosis.
Prostate cancer (PC) is the most common malignancy (4500 new cases/year) and the second leading cause of cancer-associated mortality (1200 deaths/year) among men in Denmark. PC is generally diagnosed on the basis of an elevated prostate specific antigen blood test followed by transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)-guided prostate biopsy. This study aims to test early detection of PC in general practice, using the STHLM3 model with superior specificity and sensitivity for clinically sig...
This study aims to determine whether early treatment with zoledronic acid, that is given during the early phase of advanced prostate cancer, will be more efficacious than delayed treatment