Special Care Patterns for Elderly HNSCC Patients Undergoing Radiotherapy (SENIOR)

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    1000
  • sponsor
    University Hospital Freiburg
Updated on 30 June 2022

Summary

The number of elderly head-and-neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) patients is increasing; however, the evidence regarding the ideal treatment for this often vulnerable and frail patient cohort is limited. Although the benefit of concomitant chemotherapy has been reported to decrease in elderly HNSCC patients based on the MACH-NC meta-analysis, it remains unknown whether state-of-the art radiotherapy techniques such as intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT), modern supportive treatments and alternative chemotherapy fractionation (e.g., cisplatin weekly) may have altered this observation. The objective of this retrospective multinational multicenter study is to determine the oncological outcomes of elderly patients (≥65 years) with locally advanced HNSCCs undergoing definitive (chemo-)radiation and to investigate the influence of concomitant chemotherapy on overall survival and progression-free survival after adjusting for potential confounder variables such as age, performance status and comorbidity burden.

Details
Condition HNSCC, Oral Cavity Cancer, Oropharynx Cancer, Hypopharynx Cancer, Larynx Cancer
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05337631
SponsorUniversity Hospital Freiburg
Last Modified on30 June 2022

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