A Study of Participants With Advanced Prostate Cancer in Canada

Official Title

A Multicentre Cohort Study of Patients With Advanced Prostate Cancer in Canada

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to document the course of advanced prostate cancer in Canada in terms of disease progression, real-world treatment, and patient management.

Trial Description

Primary Outcome:

  • Time to Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Progression
  • Time to Radiographic Evidence of Disease Progression
  • Time to Skeletal-Related Events
  • Time to Death
  • Number of Participants with Different Primary Causes of Death
  • Time to Progression from mCSPC to mCRPC in Participants with mCSPC
  • Time from Biochemical Recurrence (BCR) to Nonmetastatic Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer (nmCRPC) and nmCRPC to mCRPC
  • Number of Participants with PSA Testing from BCR to nmCRPC and nmCRPC to mCRPC, in Participants with mCRPC
  • PSA Level at Start of Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) in Participants with mCRPC
  • PSA Doubling Time (PSAdt) at the Detection of Castration Resistance in Participants with mCRPC
  • Time to Initiation of Subsequent Prostate Cancer Treatment
  • Duration of Each Therapy
  • Percentage of Participants Receiving Chemotherapy, Other Drug Treatments, or no Drug Treatment
  • Time to Treatment Initiation
  • Time to Dose Modification
  • Number of Participants who Switch the Treatment
  • Number of Participants who Discontinued the Treatment
  • Most Common Sequences for Lines of Therapy in Participants with mCRPC
  • Number of Participants Retreated with Docetaxel in Participants with mCRPC
  • Percentage of Participant with Radiographic Imaging Modality
  • Number of Days Hospitalized for Prostate Cancer or Treatment of Prostate Cancer
  • Number of Visits to Emergency Department for Prostate Cancer or Treatment of Prostate Cancer
  • Number of Outpatient Visits to Specialists Involved in Management of Prostate Cancer
  • Charlson Comorbidity Index Score

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Resources

Canadian Cancer Society

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