Clinical Study

Flash Radiotherapy For The Treatment Of Symptomatic Bone Metastases In The Thorax (Fast-02)

Posted Date: Feb 27, 2023

  • Investigator: John Breneman
  • Specialties:
  • Type of Study: Device

This non-randomized clinical study is designed to assess toxicities of treatment and pain relief in patients with painful thoracic bone metastases treated with FLASH radiotherapy.

Criteria:

Patients With 1 To 3 Painful Bone Metastasis(-Es) In The Ribs, Clavicles, Scapulae, Or Sternum Will Be Evaluated For This Study. Subjects At Least 18 Years Of Age Will Be Considered Regardless Of Race Or Gender. Ten (10) Subjects Will Undergo Flash Radiotherapy To 1-3 Metastatic Sites.

Keywords:

Flash Radiotherapy, Bone Metastases

For More Information:

Susan Harkins
513-517-0300
susan.harkins@cchmc.org


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