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KAPS-biomarker for early diagnosis of prostate cancer

4th Edition of World Congress on Cancer Research, Survivorship and Management Conference
October 08-09, 2018 Moscow, Russia

Kailash C Chadha and Willie Underwood

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Arch Cancer Res

Abstract:

Prostate cancer (CaP) is the most common non-skin cancer in men and third most common cause of cancer deaths in men. Black men experience a higher burden of incidence and mortality from CaP compared to White men. The prostatespecific antigen (PSA) test, a commonly used biomarker for early diagnosis and management of CaP, cannot alone accurately predict the presence of CaP, its aggressiveness, or the risk of post-treatment recurrence. The widespread use of PSA testing in CaP screening is controversial partially because patients with benign enlargement of the prostate often have elevated levels of PSA and many men with diagnosed CaP have a normal PSA. Consequently, a search for more effective prostate tumor biomarkers is overdue. Our studies thus far show that concurrent measurements of the levels of serum cytokines such as IL-8, TNF-α, and sTNF-R1 (KAPS biomarker) provide a significant advantage as a CaP biomarker over PSA measurements alone in differentiating men with CaP from men without CaP. Our working hypothesis is that both Black and White men with CaP have altered circulating levels of KAPS biomarker compared to men without CaP. Further, the extent to which these levels are altered will vary according to CaP risk factors and can be used as a tool to improve the early detection of CaP and CaP treatment decision-making. We tested our hypothesis in a retrospective study of men with elevated PSA but a negative prostate biopsy, patients diagnosed with localized prostate cancer and patients with castration resistant CaP (CRPC). The predictive accuracy of the markers was described using receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves. In our analysis, AUC values greater than 0.8 were considered as useful in predicting CaP outcomes for individual patients. All the comparisons for KAPS biomarker were statistically significant at the p<0.05 level. The AUC for each of marker alone was statistically superior to PSA alone (p<0.01 for each pairwise comparison). Each of the KAPS-marker combination AUCs was significantly better than PSA alone (p<0.01 for all), but not statistically different from each other. Combining TNF-α with PSA resulted in a 3.0-fold decrease in the PSAalone false positive fraction (FPF), and a 3.7-fold decrease in the PSA- alone false negative fraction (FNF). The PSA+sTNFR1 combination had a 5.9-fold decrease in the FPF, and a 2.5-fold decrease in FNF. Ability of KAPS-biomarker was also effective at distinguishing between localized CaP and metastatic CaP patients. AUC results (with 95% confidence intervals) for additive combinations of these biomarkers will also be discussed. The best predictor of localized CaP vs. metastatic CaP was KAPS combined with PSA 0.999 (0.998 to 1.000). Due to the reported significant racial differences in the diagnoses of and mortality from CaP, future CaP biomarker studies should include a racially diverse sample of men, especially Black men.

Biography :

Kailash C Chadha is the Emeritus Associate Member and Associate Professor of Oncology in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, and in Department of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, USA. He got his PhD degree in Virology from the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. After his graduation he spent two years as a fellow of National Research Council of Canada. Following that he joined Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York as a Cancer Research Scientist in the Department of Medical Viral Oncology. His research interests are in the area of cell and molecular biology of herpes viruses, interferons and prostate cancer. He has published well over 125 publications, written several book chapters and currently holds four US patents. He has been invited to participate in numerous national and international scientific meetings and has often chaired sessions on several international meetings.

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