ARSR


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ARSR

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ARSR is the clinical manifestation of RT interaction with the normal tissue on the molecular and cellular level.
Currently, there is no established standard of care for prevention and management of ARSR and practices differ between institutions worldwide.
Here we tested the effectiveness of NPE, a proprietary CSNF extract of prevention of ARSR and skin care in this controlled open-label exploratory study conducted in female breast cancer patients undergoing postoperative RT.
The assessments of ARSR Grades 1,2,3, and 4 were performed according to the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (CTCAE) v4.03: dermatitis radiation G1: faint erythema or dry desquamation; G2: moderate to brisk erythema; patchy moist desquamation, mostly confined to skin folds and creases; moderate edema; G3: moist desquamation in areas other than skin folds and creases; bleeding induced by minor trauma or abrasion; G4: life-threatening consequences; skin necrosis or ulceration of full thickness dermis; spontaneous bleeding from involved site; skin graft indicated.
The primary efficacy analysis was performed concerning the time from first RT session to diagnosis of ARSR [greater than or equal to] G2.
Qualitative parameters were summarized by frequency distributions (number of patients, percentages), where n was the actual number of patients with evaluable data for the particular summary statistic frequencies of ARSR Grades 1,
Chen, "Enhanced arsenic accumulation in engineered bacterial cells expressing ArsR," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.