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The clinical trials listed below are open in the U.S. for people with DCIS (stage 0), stage 1, stage 2, stage 3, or stage 4 (metastatic)
breast cancer. Clinical trials are available for people who are newly diagnosed with breast cancer, currently in treatment, experiencing
breast cancer recurrence, living with metastatic disease, as well as breast cancer survivors who have completed treatment.

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NEAREST SITE: 348 miles
USC / Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
Los Angeles,CA

VISITS: 1 visit

PHASE: NA

NCT ID: NCT04752267

PET/CT and MRI Scans with 18F-FMAU for Brain Metastasis

Novel Dynamic PET Kinetics and MRI Radiomics Analyses in Brain Tumors Scientific Title

Purpose
To study the ability of PET/CT and MRI scans with 18F-FMAU to detect and image brain tumors.
Who is this for?
People with metastatic (stage IV) breast cancer that has spread to the brain (brain metastases).    Full eligibility criteria
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  • <p class="seamTextPara"> You will receive the following: </p> <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">18F-FMAU, by IV, 1 time</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">PET/CT scan, 1 time</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">MRI scan, 1 time</li></ul>
  • <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">18F-FMAU is a tracer that help find the cancer and how far the disease has spread.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">A positron emission tomography (PET) scan is an imaging test that uses a radioactive substance called a tracer that can look for and attach to cancer cells.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">A computed tomography (CT) scan produces body pictures created by x-ray energy.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan produces body pictures created by using magnetic energy rather than x-ray energy.</li></ul>
  • <ul class='seamTextUnorderedList'><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'>View eligibility criteria and additional trial information: <a href='https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04752267' target='_blank'>ClinicalTrials.gov</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://mbcbrainmets.org/' target='_blank'>MBCBrainMets.org</a> </li></ul>
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NEAREST SITE: 602 miles
Huntsman Cancer Institute
Salt Lake City,UT

VISITS: 1 visit

PHASE: II

NCT ID: NCT04252859

Using a PET/CT Scan to Find Lobular Breast Cancer Cells Before Surgery for Stage I-IV Lobular Breast Cancer

[18F]Fluoroestradiol-PET/CT Imaging of Invasive Lobular Carcinoma Scientific Title

Purpose
To study whether a PET/CT scan using a (18F) FES tracer is more effective at finding lobular breast cancer cells than the standard of care.
Who is this for?
People diagnosed with stage I, stage II or stage III lobular breast cancer within the last 3 months and who have not yet had surgery and people with stage IV (metastatic) lobular breast cancer diagnosed within the last 3 months    Full eligibility criteria
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  • <p class="seamTextPara"> You will receive the following: </p> <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">PET/CT scan using (18F) FES tracer, 1 time</li></ul>
  • <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">A positron emission tomography (PET) scan is an imaging test that uses a radioactive substance called a tracer. A tracer looks for and attaches to cancer cells.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Lobular breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer. It is estimated that 10 to 15 percent of all breast cancers are lobular. </li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Standard of care PET/CT scans that use a FDG tracer generally do not find lobular breast cancer tumors as well as they find ductal breast cancer tumors and PET/CT scans are not usually given to people with stage I-II lobular breast cancer. </li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">This imaging trial will use a tracer called (18F)Fluoroestradiol (FES). Researchers believe this tracer is better at locating and attaching to lobular cancer cells than the standard of care tracer.</li></ul>
  • <ul class='seamTextUnorderedList'><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'>View eligibility criteria and additional trial information: <a href='https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04252859' target='_blank'>ClinicalTrials.gov</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://lobularbreastcancer.org/imagingilc/' target='_blank'>Lobular Breast Cancer Alliance: Imaging and Lobular Breast Cancer</a> </li></ul>
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NEAREST SITE: 2299 miles
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Buffalo,NY

VISITS: 1 visit

PHASE: NA

NCT ID: NCT03897270

Photoacoustic Imaging (A Scan That Uses Waves and Light) to Study Breast Tissue and Tumors in Women

Photoacoustic Imaging of Human Breast Scientific Title

Purpose
To study breast tissue and tumors by using photoaccoustic imaging (a type of scan that uses sound and light to study tissue).
Who is this for?
Women diagnosed with stage I, stage II, stage III, or stage IV (metastatic) breast cancer who have received or are planning to receive a breast MRI. You may also enroll if you have not been diagnosed with breast cancer but are scheduled to receive an MRI to look at a suspicious mass (lump) in your breast.    Full eligibility criteria
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  • <p class="seamTextPara"> You will receive the following: </p> <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Photoacoustic imaging of the breast, for about 30 minutes, once</li> </ul> <p class="seamTextPara"> <i class="seamTextEmphasis">You may choose to repeat this process up to 10 times (on separate days)</i></p>
  • <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Research shows that mammograms are more difficult to read in women with dense breasts.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Photoacoustic imaging is a type of scan that uses sound and light to study breast tissue.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Researchers are studying whether photoacoustic imaging makes it easier to see tumors in women with dense breasts.</li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">They are also studying if they can learn anything new about breast tissue and tumors with this experimental imaging technique.</li></ul>
  • <ul class='seamTextUnorderedList'><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'>View eligibility criteria and additional trial information: <a href='https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03897270' target='_blank'>ClinicalTrials.gov</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoacoustic_imaging' target='_blank'>Wikipedia: Photoacoustic Imaging</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://www.cancer.gov/types/breast/breast-changes/dense-breasts' target='_blank'>NCI Breast Cancer: Dense Breasts</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://dmm.biologists.org/content/12/7/dmm039636' target='_blank'>Journal Article: Photoacoustic Imaging as a Tool to Probe the Tumour Microenvironment</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7005545/' target='_blank'>Journal Article: Photoacoustic Imaging of Breast Cancer</a> </li></ul>
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NEAREST SITE: 2386 miles
Duke University Medical Center
Durham,NC

VISITS: 1 visit

PHASE: NA

NCT ID: NCT00734838

Optical Spectroscopy for Diagnosing Breast Cancer

Optical Spectroscopy During Breast Cancer Surgery and Core Needle Biopsy Scientific Title

Purpose
To study whether optical spectroscopy is an effective tool for identifying breast cancer cells.
Who is this for?
Women planning to have a needle biopsy of a breast mass.    Full eligibility criteria
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  • <p class="seamTextPara"> Participants will be assigned to 1 of 2 diagnostic techniques based on their cancer status: </p> <p class="seamTextPara"> <i class="seamTextEmphasis">Group 1: Scheduled for Surgery</i> </p> <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Optical spectroscopy for 5-10 minutes during the scheduled procedure </li> </ul> <p class="seamTextPara"> <i class="seamTextEmphasis">Group 2: Scheduled for Biopsy</i> </p> <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Optical spectroscopy will be used on the tissue removed during the biopsy, and will require no additional time</li></ul>
  • <ul class="seamTextUnorderedList"> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">Optical spectroscopy uses special instruments and a low power light to identify cancerous cells in body tissue. </li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">It currently is used to detect a number of different types of cancer. </li> <li class="seamTextUnorderedListItem">To be eligible, individuals must be scheduled to have a mastectomy or lumpectomy, or be scheduled to have a biopsy because their mammogram suggests they have a high likelihood of having breast cancer.</li> </ul>
  • <ul class='seamTextUnorderedList'><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'>View eligibility criteria and additional trial information: <a href='https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00734838' target='_blank'>ClinicalTrials.gov</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='http://www.uhnresearch.ca/tdc/documents/DO-7-1008MT.pdf' target='_blank'>UHN: Optical Breast Spectroscopy Overview</a> </li><li class='seamTextUnorderedListItem'><a href='http://www.pnas.org/content/98/8/4420.full.pdf' target='_blank'>PNAS: Optical Breast Spectroscopy</a> </li></ul>
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