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|Eligible Ages||18 Years and Over|
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|Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris|
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|Marie-Laure RAFFIN-SANSON, MD, PhDMarc SANSON, MD, PhD|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Service Endocrinologie Nutrition, Hôpital Ambroise Paré, APHP & EA4340, UFR Santé Simone Veil, Université Paris SaclayEquipe Génétique et Développement des Tumeurs Cérébrales, Service Neuro Oncologie, Hôpital Pitié Salpetrière, APHP|
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The increased risk to develop a meningioma has recently been established for patients received the cyproterone acetate. The investigators observed several familial cases of CPA related meningiomas which suggest a strong genetic factor modulating the risk to develop meningiomas in patients who exposed to CPA. The aim of this study is to generate a biobank permitting, in future studies, to identify the genetic locus/loci associated with an increased risk to develop meningiomas after CPA (Androcur®) treatment, using a GWAS approach. Enrollment of patients will occur at hospitals where the patients will be treated and also via social networking sites such as Facebook. There will be 4 groups of subjects. Five hundred patients will be enrolled in each group targeting 2000 patients in total, among which 1000 patients (Groupe 1 and Groupe 2) will participate in the biobank. Six centers in 5 university hospitals of APHP (Pitié-Salpêtrière, Ambroise Paré, Cochin, Lariboisière, Saint-Antoine) will be involved in the study. La duration of enrollment will be 24 months. The participation duration for each subject will be 1 hour. Statistics analysis method: SAS 9.1.3.
: group 1: Exposed to CPA + Meningioma
Meningioma diagnosed in women by medical imaging examination and confirmed histologically if surgery is performed. Cyproterone acetate taken for at least 6 months.
: group 2: Exposed to CPA without Meningioma
Women exposed to Cyproterone acetate without developing any meningioma Absence of meningioma assessed by a normal cerebral MRI . Cyproterone acetate taken for at least 5 years.
: group 3: Not exposed to CPA, Meningioma diagnosed
Meningioma in women not exposed to cyproterone acetate. Meningioma diagnosed by medical imaging examination and confirmed histologically if surgery was necessary. Never exposed to cyproterone acetate.
: group 4: General population
Subjects (women) never diagnosed with meningioma and not exposed to cyproterone acetate.
Procedure: - oral smears
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