Breast Cancer Clinical Trial Using Two-stage tissue expander/implant procedure and One-stage dermal matrix/implant procedure

- The folks at University Health Network, Toronto are studying the effects of One-stage dermal matrix/implant procedure; Two-stage tissue expander/implant procedure on Breast Cancer in females ages 18 years to 75 years. This clinical trial is slated to start August 2009 and is expected to end circa December 2014.

416-340-3858
Toni Zhong, MD
Overall Study Contact Info
StatusName Contact Phone
RecruitingToni Zhong, MDtoni.zhong@uhn.on.ca416-340-3858

This study is officially titled, "Acellular Dermal Matrix in One-Stage Breast Reconstruction: A RCT."

Locations

Plastic Surgery, Women's College Hospital

Toronto, Ontario - Recruiting

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University Health Network

Toronto, Ontario - Recruiting

Vancouver General Hospital

Vancouver, British Columbia - Recruiting

Tom Baker Cancer Centre

Calgary, Alberta - Recruiting

For more study details, please visit this link to ClinicalTrials.gov record, which is the source of this webpage.