Last updated on February 2020

Non-Interventional Registry Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of TheraSphere in the Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)

Brief description of study

The purpose of this registry study is to gather effectiveness, QoL, safety and procedural information on TheraSphere for the treatment of participants with HCC in real world clinical practice settings in France.

Detailed Study Description

TheraSphere is a radioembolic therapeutic device used in the treatment of liver cancers. The goal of the registry study is to collect prospectively: participant description, treatment goal, treatment description, treatment results, safety, quality of life and survival data to ultimately demonstrate that TheraSphere treatment meets the claims that led to the reimbursement in France. The registry study is also an opportunity to improve the proper use of the device by team training especially for the personalized dosimetry treatment approach.

Clinical data will be collected and held in a secured, validated system and can be downloaded by BTG Data Management on an ongoing basis. Data verification will be performed by BTG Data Management and data validation checks will be created by the validated data system (with the BTG team performing User Acceptance Testing on them before they go live). Adverse Events and concomitant diseases will be coded according to the version of Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities (MedDRA) agreed with Biocompatibles UK Ltd. Concomitant medications will be coded using the version of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Drug dictionary agreed with the validated data system.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04069468

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