Webinar: PRIMETIME: Post-operative avoidance of radiotherapy: biomarker selection of women at very low risk of local recurrence

When: 
Wednesday 19 September 2018
Venue address: 
The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JW
CPD credits: 
2

PRIMETIME: Post-operative avoidance of radiotherapy: biomarker selection of women at very low risk of local recurrence

Wednesday 19 September 2018

12.15 – 13.45 GMTDT

PRIMETIME is a prospective, biomarker-directed case-cohort multi-centre study aiming to obtain evidence supporting the safe avoidance of radiotherapy. It is sponsored by the Institute of Cancer Research and funded by Cancer Research UK. The biomarker IHC4+C is used to identify patients at such low risk of local relapse that the potential benefits of radiotherapy are unlikely to outweigh the known risks. This UK study started on 18th of May 2017 and 26 centres have opened, with a plan to open a further 15 centres by the end of 2018. Recruitment is likely to continue until 2020-2021.

The PRIMETIME Information Giving Study is an embedded sub-study. It is investigating whether the addition of a decision aid video to standard written patient information can reduce uncertainty (decisional conflict) for patient’s considering participation within PRIMETIME.

 

Led by: Dr Charlotte Coles and Dr Indrani Bhattacharya

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12.15 GMTDT

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For any queries relating to this event please contact

Professional Learning and Development
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3JW

email: conf@rcr.ac.uk

Tel: 020 7406 5942

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