Dr. David Khan and Dr. Howard Sandler explain the results of the recent AIM Study, which assessed quality of life for patients who received prostate cancer radiation treatment using Calypso’s GPS for the Body Real Time Tracking technology. Patient...
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Calypso Reduce Prostate Cancer Radiation Side Effects David C. Khan: Many of our patients can basically go through treatment and not have any side-effects. One thing that I've noticed and that my urologist have noticed is that patients were getting 45 treatments, nine weeks of treatments and they have almost no morbidity associated with the treatment. Howard Sandler: Other findings that we observed in the aim study was that there was no worsening of urinary side-effects compared to the Sando trial despite the fact that in the aim study, patients were treated to a nominally higher dose to the prostate. David C. Khan: You know the original study design for the aim study was for 300 patients. The inner aim analysis was so dramatic that they closed the trial early because they had enough patients to satisfy their statistical needs.

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