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RATIONALE: Studying mammograms for breast density changes over time may help doctors predict breast cancer risk. PURPOSE: This natural history study is looking at changes in breast density and gathering health information over time to assess breast cancer risk in women with breast cancer and in healthy women.
Axillary lymph node status is a vital prognostic factors in breast cancer patients and provides crucial information for making treatment decisions.This projective observational study is planned to identify risk factors for axillary metastases in breast cancer patients with axillary ultrasound and to construct a nomogram to predict the risk of axillary metastases in these patients.
This study aims to assess how a polygenic risk score (PRS) reported with the results of multi-gene panel testing affects the breast cancer risk management recommendations healthcare providers make to their patients. The PRS is a score based on small genetic changes, clinical history, and family history. The PRS is used to estimate remaining lifetime risk of developing breast cancer for patients with no personal history of breast cancer and an overall negative result from MGPT.
This research study is for individuals who have advanced breast, colon, pancreatic, ovarian or bladder cancer. Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. is testing a form of immune therapy (vaccine) to see if it can be used to make the immune system attack the cancer. The study includes administration of additional treatments, in combination, thought to enhance the immune response effect. (CDX 1307-01)
RATIONALE: Analyzing genes for changes before and after chemotherapy may help doctors predict a patient's response to treatment and help plan the most effective treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying how well genetic testing works in predicting response to paclitaxel in women who have unresected breast cancer.
The purpose of this study is to find out if using probiotics will help the body's immune system react to breast cancer. New studies showed that diverse species of bacteria inside the bowel might help improve immune system, particularly the ability of immune system to recognize cancer. This study will investigate how probiotics will affect the subjects' immune system on breast cancer.
5-10% of breast cancer patients carry a mutation in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene. Genetic counseling and DNA testing are usually offered to selected patients after primary treatment has been completed (e.g. the first year after diagnosis). For women with a mutation in one of the two breast-ovarian cancer syndrome genes, chances of a second breast cancer are high, and therefore a proportion of these women may opt for preventive measures in addition to their immediate breast cancer tr...
The purpose of this study is to learn more about how to treat patients with HER-2/neu positive invasive breast cancer (IBC). HER-2/neu is a type of protein that is known to be over-expressed in aggressive breast cancer. The study drug for this trial is DC1 study vaccine which is a HER2-sensitized dendritic cell (DC) study vaccine. This study vaccine is made from the participant's blood cells collected from a procedure called leukapheresis. Dendritic cells are immune cells that...
RATIONALE: Genetic testing for specific genes that are associated with estrogen may help identify patients who are at greatest risk for developing breast cancer. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying genetic differences in healthy women, women at high risk for breast cancer, and women who have breast cancer.
This is a multicentre, single-arm prospective cohort study evaluating risk of ipsilateral breast tumour recurrence(IBTR) following breast conserving surgery (BCS) in a group of women postulated to be at low risk for recurrence. Women with luminal A breast cancer determined by immunohistochemical(IHC) and other low risk clinical testing (see below) will be treated with endocrine therapy (tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitor) for five years and will not be treated with breast irradia...
This study is being done to see if it is possible to use blood samples to predict response to treatment in breast cancer patients receiving preoperative (or neoadjuvant) therapy. Research has shown that most breast cancers release tumor-specific DNA into the blood (that is, DNA that is specific to the tumor cells or cancer). This DNA can be detected in blood testing known as plasma tumor-DNA or "ptDNA." This DNA is separate from that found in your blood and tissue samples which...
RATIONALE: Screening tests may help doctors detect cancer cells early and plan more effective treatment for breast and ovarian cancer. PURPOSE: Study to determine how screening at different times in the menstrual cycle may affect the results of imaging procedures in women who have a genetic risk of breast or ovarian cancer.
Objectives: - To evaluate the attitudes and opinions of women undergoing genetic counseling for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome, both before and after testing, in regards to pregnancy and fertility Hypothesis: -Factors that will increase the percentage of women endorsing prenatal diagnostic testing will include a personal history of breast or ovarian cancer, having had a mother or sister die of breast or ovarian cancer, and testing positive for a B...
This research study is for individuals who have advanced breast, colon, pancreatic, ovarian or bladder cancer. Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. is testing a form of immune therapy (vaccine) to see if it can be used to make the immune system attack the cancer. The study includes administration of additional treatments, in combination, thought to enhance the immune response effect. This study specifically administers the vaccine systemically to explore whether dendritic cell targeted v...
This is an open-label, multicentric, international, phase II trial testing aromatase inhibitors in combination with durvalumab in patients with CD8+ T cell infiltration (>10% CD8+ T cells in the tumor). The trial includes two sequences: The first part of the treatment will consist in 4-6 weeks treatment with immune-attractants; in the second part, CD8+ patients will receive 6 months of durvalumab combined with exemestane.
RATIONALE: Vaccines may make the body build an immune response and decrease the recurrence of breast cancer. PURPOSE: Phase I trial to study the effectiveness of vaccine therapy in treating patients who are at high risk for breast cancer recurrence.
The objective of this study is to expand genetic testing for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome to a broader population of high-risk women by prompting appropriate referrals from the primary care setting with the use of an electronic health record-embedded breast cancer risk navigation (BNAV) tool. To address patient-related barriers to genetic testing, we developed a web-based decision aid, RealRisks, which is designed to improve genetic testing knowledge, accuracy ...
The primary aim of this study is to determine if the addition of an individual polygenic risk score (PRS), in addition to the standard National Cancer Institute's Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool (BCRAT) or Tyrer-Cuzick (IBIS) score, will aid women at risk of breast cancer in making a decision to take (or not take) medications to prevent breast cancer
RATIONALE: Studying samples of blood from patients with cancer in the laboratory may help doctors learn more about nutrition-related changes that occur in DNA and identify biomarkers related to cancer. It may also help doctors predict a woman's risk of developing breast cancer. PURPOSE: This laboratory study is looking at nutrition-related biomarkers in predicting breast cancer risk in women.
All early breast cancer patients are offered adjuvant breast radiation therapy (RT) after breast conserving surgery for an early breast cancer. Breast cancer is heterogeneous, and selected patients have a very low gain from RT, whilst they still have risk of acute and late side effects from RT. This trial will try identify selection criteria for low risk breast cancer patients who can safely omit adjuvant RT without unacceptable high risk of local failure.
RATIONALE: Exercise may change the risk of developing breast cancer. It is not yet known whether low-intensity exercise or high-intensity exercise is more effective in lowering the risk of breast cancer. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well exercise programs work in healthy young women at increased risk of developing breast cancer.
The overall goal of the proposed research is to evaluate the uptake of testing and longitudinal risks and benefits of multiplex testing for cancer susceptibility in BRCA1/2 negative patients. This model will inform the selection of the outcomes and potential mediators and moderators of these outcomes, to inform the debate over utility, risks, and benefits of clinical incorporation of multiplex testing for breast cancer susceptibility.
Description: The trial is designed to determine the response of the immune system of patients with breast cancer to a vaccine made from their own tumor. Researchers believe that this particular vaccine, which is made from purified heat shock proteins taken from each patient's tumor, might alert the body's immune system to recognize and attack invading cancer. To be considered potentially eligible for this study you must be a high risk breast cancer patient and have a tumor that...
Participating in genetic cancer risk assessments (GCRA) for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer can inform treatment and risk management decisions and improve breast cancer outcomes. However, Latina and Black women underuse GCRA services, which may increase breast cancer disparities. This study will adapt and test the impact of an easily scalable novel Intelligent Tutoring System intervention to enhance GCRA use and improve psychosocial outcomes in a clinical sample of underse...
This non-interventional study will collect data from routine diagnostics on HER2 testing of breast cancer in Germany.