Evaluation of Hypoxia by PET With F-Miso in Radiation Therapy of Prostate Cancer
Evaluation of Hypoxia by PET With 18-FluoroMisonidazole During Radiation Therapy of Prostate Cancer
  • Phase

    Phase 2
  • Study Type

  • Status

    Completed No Results Posted
  • Study Participants

With functional imaging development, it becomes possible to increase radiation dose to radioresistant areas (located inside tumor volume) using radiotherapy dose-painting. This strategy is particularly suitable for prostate cancer where tumor hypoxia plays a major role in the resistance of these tumors to radiation.

In order to develop intratumoral hypoxia targeting by radiotherapy dose-painting areas, we should characterize changes in hypoxia before treatment and during radiotherapy.

If hypoxia does not change during radiotherapy, radiotherapy dose-painting strategy by an "integrated" boost is performed.
If hypoxia varied (increasing or incomplete regression), a "final" boost strategy of radiotherapy dose-painting(IMRT, stereotactic brachytherapy or high dose rate) after a first fractionated IMRT could be considered.

This study should show that PET imaging with fluoromisonidazole (18F-MISO) is an available tool to physicians in assessing tumor hypoxia.
Study Started
Jun 30
Primary Completion
Nov 30
Study Completion
Feb 28
Last Update
Nov 09

Drug 18-F-MISO

PET scan with the 18 Fluoro Misonidazole

  • Other names: 18 Fluoro Misonidazole

PET imaging, 18 F-miso Experimental

Single Arm study


Inclusion Criteria:

histologically proven prostate adenocarcinoma
Absence of metastases (lymph node or bone)
One or more tumor nodules seen on MRI and PET Choline.
Intermediate Risk : Gleason 7 and PSA (prostate specific antigen)<20 ng / ml, T <T2c or Gleason 6 and PSA 10-20 ng / ml, T <T2c
No concomitant hormonal treatment. (NB: the introduction of hormone therapy during radiotherapy before the second 18F-MISO is a criterion to study exit)
Indication of radiotherapy up to a total dose> 70 Gy and 2 Gy/day fractions
Signed Informed consent
Social Insurance

Exclusion Criteria:

Age < 18 years old
Patient protected by law
No Results Posted