|Phase III||Treatment||Closed||under 71||EORTC-10801|
I. Determine the results of breast-conserving therapy (radiotherapy plus surgery) for operable breast cancer with regard to survival, length of disease-free period, and quality of life (cosmetic results, psychologic factors, functional tests of arm movements).
See General Eligibility Criteria
See General Eligibility Criteria
General Eligibility Criteria:
Patients with Stage I or II histologically proven breast carcinoma; axillary lymph node metastases must either be absent or operable. Patients must be less than 71 years of age and have a Karnofsky performance index of 80 or greater. There must not be other malignant tumors except nonmelanomatous skin tumors. Patient must be accessible for prolonged follow-up.
1,000 patients will be entered.
Randomized study. Patients with histological proof of axillary node involvement also receive Adjuvant Therapy. Arm I: Surgery plus Radiotherapy. Radical mastectomy; plus parasternal field and axillary field megavoltage irradiation. Arm II: Surgery plus Radiotherapy. Lumpectomy; plus external megavoltage irradiation of the breast and booster tumor bed irradiation by Iridium implants. Adjuvant Therapy: 3-Drug Combination Chemotherapy. CMF: Cyclophosphamide, CTX, NSC-26271; 5-Fluorouracil, 5-FU, NSC-19893; Methotrexate, MTX, NSC-740.Published Results
Litière S, Werutsky G, Fentiman IS, et al.: Breast conserving therapy versus mastectomy for stage I-II breast cancer: 20 year follow-up of the EORTC 10801 phase 3 randomised trial. Lancet Oncol 13 (4): 412-9, 2012.[PUBMED Abstract]
van Dongen JA, Voogd AC, Fentiman IS, et al.: Long-term results of a randomized trial comparing breast-conserving therapy with mastectomy: European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer 10801 trial. J Natl Cancer Inst 92 (14): 1143-50, 2000.[PUBMED Abstract]
Curran D, van Dongen JP, Aaronson NK, et al.: Quality of life of early-stage breast cancer patients treated with radical mastectomy or breast-conserving procedures: results of EORTC Trial 10801. The European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC), Breast Cancer Co-operative Group (BCCG). Eur J Cancer 34 (3): 307-14, 1998.[PUBMED Abstract]Related Publications
Tanis E, van de Velde CJ, Bartelink H, et al.: Locoregional recurrence after breast-conserving therapy remains an independent prognostic factor even after an event free interval of 10 years in early stage breast cancer. Eur J Cancer 48 (12): 1751-6, 2012.[PUBMED Abstract]
van der Hage JA, Mieog JS, van de Velde CJ, et al.: Impact of established prognostic factors and molecular subtype in very young breast cancer patients: pooled analysis of four EORTC randomized controlled trials. Breast Cancer Res 13 (3): R68, 2011.[PUBMED Abstract]
de Bock GH, Putter H, Bonnema J, et al.: The impact of loco-regional recurrences on metastatic progression in early-stage breast cancer: a multistate model. Breast Cancer Res Treat 117 (2): 401-8, 2009.[PUBMED Abstract]
Van Nes JGH, Putter H, Bartelink H, et al.: A prognostic index for local recurrences in women with early breast cancer using European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) studies. [Abstract] Breast Cancer Res Treat 100 (Suppl 1): A-2021, S86-7, 2006.
de Bock GH, van der Hage JA, Putter H, et al.: Isolated loco-regional recurrence of breast cancer is more common in young patients and following breast conserving therapy: long-term results of European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer studies. Eur J Cancer 42 (3): 351-6, 2006.[PUBMED Abstract]
van Tienhoven G, Voogd AC, Peterse JL, et al.: Prognosis after treatment for loco-regional recurrence after mastectomy or breast conserving therapy in two randomised trials (EORTC 10801 and DBCG-82TM). EORTC Breast Cancer Cooperative Group and the Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group. Eur J Cancer 35 (1): 32-8, 1999.[PUBMED Abstract]
Wildiers J, Vantongelen K, van Dongen JA, et al.: Activities of the EORTC Breast Cancer Co-operative Group: an overview. [European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer] Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol 24 (1): 3-8, 1988.[PUBMED Abstract]
Trial Lead Organizations
European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer
|Maurice J. Staquet, MD, Protocol chair|
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