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Randomised Phase II Trial to Evaluate the Strategy of Integrating Local Ablative Therapy with First-Line Systemic Treatment for Unresectable Oligometastatic Colorectal Cancer
Purpose of the Study
Bowel cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in Australia and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in individuals under the age of 50. For the majority of patients with advanced or metastatic bowel cancer (cancer that has spread beyond the bowel), standard treatment with systemic treatment (intravenous anti-cancer therapy) can prolong life expectancy, but can never eradicate the cancer and achieve cure. “Oligometastatic cancer” is a relatively recent term that describes a type of metastasis in which cancer cells from the original (primary) tumour travel through the body and form a small number of new tumours (metastatic tumours) in one or two other parts of the body.
The RESOLUTE clinical trial aims to investigate the value of adding local ablative treatment to standard systemic treatment including the impact on survival, compared to continued standard systemic treatment only, in patients with oligometastatic bowel cancer.
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Associate Professor Jeanne Tie
Cancer Council Victoria
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