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"REDUCE" - A Clinical Research Study To Reduce The Incidence Of Prostate Cancer In Men Who Are At Increased Risk
Trial ID: NCT00056407
This 4-year study will compare how safe and effective an oral investigational medicine is (compared to placebo) in preventing the development of prostate cancer in men that are defined by the study entrance criteria as being at an increased risk for prostate cancer. Study visits to the clinic will occur every 6 months for up to 4 years (10 clinic visits), and a prostate biopsy will be performed at 2 and 4 years of treatment.
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group Study of the Efficacy and Safety of Dutasteride 0.5 mg Administered Orally Once Daily for Four Years to Reduce the Risk of Biopsy-Detectable Prostate Cancer
- Informed consent to participate in study.
- Have had a single negative prostate biopsy within 6 months prior to enrollment in
- Have a PSA (prostate specific antigen) between 2.5 and 10 if 50-60 years of age; or a
PSA between 3.0 and 10 if over age 60.
- Ability and will to participate in study for 4 years.
- More than one previous negative prostate biopsy.
- History of prostate cancer.
- Previous prostate surgery.
- Inability to urinate requiring the need of a catheter during the previous 2 years.
- Any condition (other than benign prostatic hypertrophy) which may result in urinary
symptoms or changes in urine flow rate.
- Cancer within previous 5 years (other than basal or squamous cell cancers of the
- Any unstable serious medical condition.
- Use within the past 12 months of finasteride (Proscar or Propecia), dutasteride
(Avodart), testosterone, or drugs that can block the action of male hormones.
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