This study is for people with low-risk HER-2 positive breast cancer. The study is being done to see if treatment with HER2-targeted therapy without radiation therapy as good as the usual treatment of radiation and HER2-targeted therapy in patients who have had surgery, chemotherapy, and HER2-targeted therapy.
This study is for women with inflammatory breast cancer. This study is being done to see if by adding the drug olaparib to the usual radiation therapy will lower the chance of their cancer returning.
This study is for anyone 18 years or older who provides unpaid care for a loved one living with cancer outside of the hospital setting. The purpose of this study is to help future caregivers and patients by learning how mental fatigue affects caregivers of persons living with cancer and determine if mental fatigue, participating in self-care activities, and general caregiver quality of life are related. Informal caregivers will be invited to complete a confidential, online survey that takes between 25 and 35 minutes to finish. Caregivers who complete the survey may be contacted and asked to participate in a 45-60 minute follow up interview either online or via phone if they are interested. The results of this study will help guide future research to identify ways healthcare professionals can help caregivers handle the stresses of caregiving and provide the best care possible to their loved ones at home.
This study is for patients who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and their doctor has recommended that they receive radiation therapy after their mastectomy to reduce the risk of their breast cancer coming back. This study is being done to see if the severity of skin redness and peeling in the area of radiation can be reduced by applying Mepitel Film during radiation therapy.
This study is for patients that have already received standard treatments for their cancer and their cancer has gotten worse or returned after their last treatment. The purpose of this study is to learn about the effects of the study drug XL092 when given alone, in combination with atezolizumab, and in combination with avelumab by testing its safety, the ability of your body to accept the drug(s), to measure the drug(s) and/or its break-down products levels in your blood, and how your body reacts to the drug(s). This research study will be the first time XL092 alone or in combination with atezolizumab will be given to people. The study drugs in this research have not been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). There are two parts in this study, a Dose Escalation part and a Cohort Expansion part. The first part of the study was the Dose Escalation phase, when different participants were given different doses of the study drug until the safest, most effective dose was found; this part of the study has been completed. The study is now enrolling to the Cohort Expansion part of this study, where the dose that has been determined to be safe will be given to more participants with different types of cancer. The Dose Escalation part of this study has stopped and the safe dose has been found. This study is now enrolling to the Cohort Expansion part of this study, where the safe dose of the study drug found in the Dose Escalation part will be given to more participants with different types of cancer. Participants will either be assigned to the treatment group that will receive XL092 alone or the treatment group that XL092 in combination with atezolizumab. Which treatment group they are assigned depends on the type of cancer they have. TXL092 is in tablet form taken by mouth. Avelumab will be given as an intravenous (IV) infusion once every 2 weeks at the study site. Atezolizumab will be given as an intravenous (IV) infusion once every 3 weeks at the study site. Total study duration is expected to be about 6 months but participants could be in the study for up to 2 years.
This study is for subjects that have been diagnosed with HR+, HER2-negative breast cancer while still being in a premenopausal hormone status (i.e. females with active ovaries that produce hormones that cause menstrual cycles (even if they are not regular). The investigational drug that will be used is TOL2506. The drug will be given as an injection. The study is to assess suppression of ovarian function
following administration of TOL2506 in premenopausal subjects with HR+, HER2-negative breast cancer. Participants can expect to be in this study for 24 months.
The purpose of this study is to develop, deliver, and evaluate the KEEP IT (Keep Each Other Engaged via IT) CHW Training to increase resources and support for identifying Black women at risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC). My goals are to conduct focus groups with community health workers to identify topics of interest for the initial curriculum, use a three-round Delphi process to refine and finalize an educational curriculum for CHWs focused on building trainee's digital health literacy to enhance identification and navigation of Black women at high-risk for HBOC, and to use implementation science methods to deliver and evaluate the educational training program consisting of a 1.5-day virtual workshop followed by five online modules.
Aim 1: Conduct focus groups with up to 10 community health workers to explore the topics that need to be covered as part of the KEEP IT training.
Aim 2: Use a three-round Delphi process to refine and finalize an educational curriculum for CHWs focused on building trainee's digital health literacy to enhance identification and navigation of Black women at high-risk for HBOC
Aim 3: Use implementation science methods to deliver and evaluate the educational training program consisting of a 1.5-day virtual workshop followed by five online modules
This study is for men and women with breast cancer. The purpose of this study is to compare the usual treatment of breast radiation and hormonal drugs after lumpectomy to using hormonal drugs alone.
Cancer survivorship is associated with many long-term chronic health issues that arise as a result of cancer
treatment protocols. Non-pharmacological lifestyle and mind-body interventions have been shown to be
effective and critical components of a total-health strategy for cancer survivors. PranaScience Institute seeks to
develop and test a novel group video app for home-based delivery of a Yogic Breathing intervention that
reduces symptoms of cancer treatment survival and supports total-health.
This study is for patients who have low risk breast cancer as indicated by their Oncotype DX Recurrence Score. The purpose of this study is to compare any good and bad effects of not giving regional radiotherapy to using regional radiotherapy.