Head and neck cancer

HN009

RANDOMIZED PHASE II/III TRIAL OF RADIATION WITH HIGH-DOSE CISPLATIN (100 MG/M2) EVERY THREE WEEKS VERSUS RADIATION WITH LOW-DOSE WEEKLY CISPLATIN (40 MG/M2) FOR PATIENTS WITH LOCOREGIONALLY ADVANCED SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA OF THE HEAD AND NECK (SCCHN)

Topic

NRG-HN009

Disease

Head & Neck

Description

To determine whether radiation with low-dose cisplatin weekly is superior in terms of acute toxicity, as measured by the T-scores (TAME method), to radiation with high-dose cisplatin every 3 weeks for patients with locoregionally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck

Contact

Michigan

Maria Pappas

Florida

Peggy Mouradian

Physicians

Thomas Boike

MD

Radiation Oncologist

Clarkston (Radiation oncology) +3

Larry L. Kestin

MD, FACR, FASTRO

Radiation Oncologist

Farmington Hills (Radiation oncology) +2

Alvaro A. Martinez

MD, FACR, FABS, FASTRO

Radiation Oncologist

Pontiac (Radiation oncology) +4

Frank A. Vicini

MD, FACR, FASTRO, FABS

Radiation Oncologist

Farmington Hills (Radiation oncology) +2

John Vito Antonucci

MD

Radiation Oncologist

Madison Heights (Radiation oncology) +3

Michael I. Ghilezan

MD, PhD

Radiation Oncologist

Pontiac (Radiation oncology) +3

Eduardo B. Fernandez

MD, PhD, DABR, FACRO, FASTRO

Radiation Oncologist

Aventura (Radiation oncology) +3

Christopher T. Chen

MD, FACRO

Radiation Oncologist

Pembroke Pines (Radiation oncology) +2