MR-US Image Fusion Targeted Biopsy for Single-cell Prostate Cancer Research
What is the purpose of this trial?
We hypothesize that this single-cell analysis can be used to evaluate prostate needle-core biopsies prospectively even in non-homogenous samples by providing profiles of proteomic and phenotypic signatures. the Artemis system will be used to collect one extra research biopsy from each ROI. An average of 2 ROIs are identified for each case; therefore an average of 2 additional biopsies would be required for this research study. These research biopsies will not affect prostate biopsies collected as part of standard clinical care.
- Trial withYale University School of Medicine
- Ages18 years - 80 years
- GenderMale only
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- Preston C. Sprenkle, MDAssociate Professor of Urology; Co-Chair, Cancer Liaison Committee, Oncology; Co-Chair, NCCN Guidelines Committee on Prostate Cancer Early Detection; Division Chief, Division of Urology at VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Urology; Director, Urology Research Fellowship, Urology; Director, Urologic Oncology Clinical Fellowship Program, Urology
- Last Updated12/22/2022
- Study HIC#1304011902