A Study to Assess the Feasibility of an E-Health System (ZEMY) Designed to Manage Symptoms in Participants With Breast Cancer Under Anti-Cancer Treatment
- Breast Cancer
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This is a three-month open-label, multicenter, interventional, single arm study located in France, designed to assess feasibility and reliability of the e-Health ZEMY software medical device under investigation for use by participants with breast cancer, who are starting an anti-cancer treatment at any stage of the disease, to manage disease symptoms and anti-cancer treatment-related toxicities while at home.
Feasibility Assessment of an E-Health System (ZEMY) Designed to Manage Symptoms in Patients With Breast Cancer Under Anti-Cancer Treatment
- Female patients with breast cancer starting a treatment including oral and/or parenteral anti-cancer drugs (chemotherapy and/or targeted therapies, hormonotherapy)
- Inter-cycle duration between hospital visits ≥14 days (this period of time is estimated to be consistent with a need for support during the home setting period)
- Patients shall be prescribed loperamide or any other anti-diarrheic treatment in case of diarrhea and prescription for any medication indicated in case of nausea/vomiting
- Able to speak and read French and to use a smartphone embedding ZEMY, in the investigator's judgment
- Able to comply with the study protocol, in the investigator's judgment
- Patient affiliated to the national social security or beneficiary to such insurance.
- Already enrolled in a clinical study involving experimental medication or eHealth device
- Concomitant malignancy
- ECOG score >2
- Treated with single hormonotherapy, single surgery or single radiotherapy, immunotherapy.
- Patient whose mental state renders her unable to understand the nature, purposes, and consequences of the study
- Patient not trained to the use of ZEMY
- Patient not trained to take her blood pressure measurement
- Patient deprived of her liberty by judicial or administrative order.
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