About this trial
These two drugs are already used to treat patients with prostate cancer.
Xofigo® contains the radioactive substance radium-223 which mimics the calcium found in bones. When injected into a patient, radium-223 reaches the bone where the cancer has spread to and emits short-range radiation (alpha particles) which kills the surrounding tumor cells.
Xtandi® is an antiandrogen cancer medicine. It works by blocking the effects of androgen (a male hormone) to stop the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Participants will be split into two groups. Each group will receive a different treatment. The treatment each group receives is determined by chance using a computer program.
In group 1 patient will receive Xofigo® combined with Xtandi® which is considered the ‘experimental’ treatment. In group 2 patient will receive Xtandi® alone.
asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic castration resistant prostate cancer patients metastatic to bone
Where’s this trial being run?Cork University Hospital, St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network @ St Luke’s Hospital, Tallaght University Hospital, and St Vincents University Hospital
Can I join this study / trial?
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A Randomized multicenter phase III trial comparing enzalutamide vs. a combination of Ra223 and enzalutamide in asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic castration resistant prostate cancer patients metastatic to bone. PEACE III
|Principal Investigator:||Prof Ray McDermott (Tallaght University Hospital)|
European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer – EORTC
Global: October 2015
Ireland: April 2019
|Global Recruitment Target:||560|
|Ireland Recruitment Target:||60|