Last updated on June 2020

Long-Term Prospective Registry in Prostate Cancer Patients From Diverse Urology Practice Settings Following Prolaris Testing

Brief description of study

This registry will evaluate treatment selection for patients with newly diagnosed, localized prostate cancer following Prolaris testing. It will measure the proportion of men who initially select treatment with active surveillance, the time frame between active surveillance selection and any change in treatment, and clinical outcomes.

Detailed Study Description

To evaluate use of the Prolaris score in treatment management decisions in an ethnically and racially diverse population of men who have been newly diagnosed with prostate cancer and who are potential candidates for active surveillance. This registry will evaluate oncologic and co-morbidity outcomes in patients who receive Prolaris testing. Additionally, the registry will measure the prevalence and distribution of pathogenic mutations in hereditary cancer risk-associated genes among men with prostate cancer who meet National Cancer Center Network (NCCN) criteria for hereditary cancer genetic testing.

The primary objective of this registry is to evaluate initial selection of active surveillance (Active Surveillance selection) versus definitive therapy (DT) among men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer who make treatment decisions with Prolaris testing, and among patient subsets defined by race/ethnicity.

The secondary objectives of the registry are to evaluate progression of from Active Surveillance to definitive therapy over time and prostate cancer-associated morbidities that affect quality of life among men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer and who undergo Prolaris testing, and among patient subsets defined by racial/ethnic background and ancestry.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04404894

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The Urology Group

Memphis, TN United States
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Recruitment Status: Open

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