Last updated on June 2020

Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Homeopathic Protocol in Patients With Non-metastatic Breast Cancer


Brief description of study

Interventional, randomised, prospective, monocentric study

Detailed Study Description

Interventional, randomised, prospective, monocentric study

Primary objective :

Demonstrate the interest of the homeopathic Protocol to reduce the onset or aggravation of joint pain as a result of the taking of AI compared to conventional care

Secondary objective :

Compare between the two treatment groups:

  • Evolution of joint pain
  • Evolution of joint stiffness-rate of onset of pain and joint stiffness-delay in onset or aggravation of pain-evolution of the number of painful locations-evolution of the impact of pain on the quality of the sleep-consumption of permitted concomitant treatments (analgesics)
  • Evolution of symptoms of hormonal deprivation-adherence to AI treatment
  • Tolerance to AI
  • Change seen by patients
  • Stop rate and switch of AI-rate of recurrence of breast cancer

Describe in patients receiving homeopathic treatment:

  • Adherence to homeopathic treatment
  • Tolerance to homeopathic treatment
  • Group A: Group of patients receiving conventional treatment (drug analgesic class 1) for joint pain + homeopathic treatment
  • Group B: Group of patients receiving conventional treatment (drug analgesic class 1) for joint pain

Schedule :

  • Inclusions start at: 01/09/2018
  • End date of inclusions: 01/09/2020 (duration to possibly adapt in order to obtain the number of required patients)
  • End date of follow-up: 01/03/2021
  • Study report: 01/09/2021

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04408560

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