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Prospective Data Registry and Quality of Life Assessment of PatientsUndergoing Radiotherapy With the RefleXion Medical Radiotherapy System (PREMIER Registry)

  • Study HIC#:2000034887
  • Last Updated:04/26/2024

The purpose of this prospective cohort study is to assess clinical and quality of life measures as well as to define the severity of adverse effects for the use of the RefleXion system to deliver intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT), stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT), in standard of care (SOC) use in the treatment of local,loco-regionally advanced, and oligometastatic malignancies. In addition, patient costs and charges will be analyzed to quantify the health economic impact of this modality. Workflow and quality of radiotherapy planning including a collection of dosimetric data will also be analyzed.

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    Trial Purpose and Description

    This is a multi-center prospective registry designed to assess the efficacy of IMRT and SBRT delivered via the RMRS. The study will seek to enroll approximately 500 patients initially and then remain open to further patients beyond at the discretion of the study sponsor and participating institutions. The number of IMRTandSBRT patients expected to enroll for the initial period is as follows:

    • N = 250 IMRT
    • N = 250 SBRT

    Patients diagnosed with local, locoregionally advanced, or metastatic malignancies will be treated with IMRT or SBRT using the RMRS, with total dose, fractionation, and concurrent systemic therapy delivered according to the direction of the radiation oncology care team. The target population is patients for whom standard radiotherapy is prescribed using IMRT or SBRT. Data will be stratified by common radiotherapy divisions as follows:

    • Central Nervous System (Brain, spinal cord, and vertebral column)
    • Head and Neck
    • Thoracic
    • Gastrointestinal
    • Gynecologic
    • Genitourinary
    • Lymphoma
    • Melanoma/Sarcoma/Extremity
    • Non-Spine Bone and Other An additional substratum within each anatomic division will specify whether the treatment intent is for definitive treatment of the primary tumor (for early-stage or locally advanced disease), a definitive oligo/polymetastatic therapy, or a palliative therapy. Patients will be routinely assessed during their radiation course and thereafter for toxicity burden and HRQOL using the CTCAE v5, EORTC, and EuroQOL surveys. Patients will be assessed for 2years following their therapy. Other long-term follow-ups will capture data including routine laboratory evaluation, quality of life questionnaires, performance status, routine radiographic assessments, physical exams, etc.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Inclusion Criteria:

    • Able to comprehend and willing to sign an informed consent form (ICF).
    • Diagnosis of local, loco-regionally advanced, or metastatic malignancy for whom radiotherapy is indicated
    • Radiotherapy to be delivered on the RMRS X1 with IMRT or SBRT technique.
    • Absence of concurrent illness that deems radiotherapy a contraindication which will be determined by the treating radiation oncologist.
    • Female and male patients of child-bearing potential willing to take appropriate precautions to avoid pregnancy while being treated. Permitted methods in preventing pregnancy should be communicated to the patient and their understanding confirmed by the treating Physician.

    Exclusion Criteria:

    • Pregnant or expecting to conceive during the study.
    • Has a known psychiatric or substance abuse disorder that would interfere with the participant's ability to cooperate with study requirements and follow-up visits.
    • Inability to maintain immobilization, supine position for planning and treatments.