Dr. Lyon on a phase 2 study of in-home treatment for NMIBC

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“The primary outcome will be feasibility of in-home treatments,” says Timothy D. Lyon, MD, FACS.

In this video, Timothy D. Lyon, MD, FACS, discusses future work building off the study, “Patient reported treatment burden and attitudes towards in-home intravesical therapy among patients with bladder cancer,” for which he served as the senior author. Lyon is an associate professor of urology at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.

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On the basis of these findings, we've decided to move ahead with a phase 2 trial, specifically looking at the ability to deliver in-home intravesical therapies for patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. The primary outcome will be feasibility of in-home treatments, with key secondary outcomes being patient preference for in-home vs in-clinic installations, as well as likelihood of recommending to other bladder cancer patients. Of course, we'll also be collecting safety data, patient-reported outcomes and quality of life data during the process.

This transcription has been edited for clarity.

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