To see whether a blood and urine test can be used to detect circulating tumor HPV DNA in women with cervical cancer. The hope is to be able to use this test in the future to help find cervical cancer earlier and detect any new cancer in people previously treatment for it.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usability of current SAFE Employee incident report and inform the design of an enhanced version of the report.
The aim of this prospective study is to investigate quality of life and oncologic outcomes in low-risk elderly breast cancer patients randomized to adjuvant therapy with accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI) alone or endocrine therapy alone after lumpectomy.
Purpose: to establish a Registry of pediatric patients treated with proton radiation therapy. Participants: Patients who are less than or equal to 21 years old at time of treatment start and treated with radiation therapy at one of the participating centers. Procedures (methods): This Proton and Photon Consortium Registry (PPCR) enrolls children treated with radiation therapy to form an expansive description of the pediatric population that receives protons and to better catalogue the benefits of protons, in this cohort. The data will also be used to evaluate practice differences and help facilitate collaborative research across the various radiation centers. The PPCR collects an expanded set of demographic and clinical data that will enhance the practice data that many participating radiation centers already collect in their routine operations. The PPCR has been expanded to include a photon-treated control group, helping to facilitate comparative effectiveness analysis.
The purpose of this study is to collect data related to patient reported outcomes (pain, function, quality of life, toxicity) with the goal of managing approaches to radiation therapy and clinical care during follow up.