Track 25: Innovative Therapeutic


  • The Children’s and Women’s Health Centre of British Columbia (C&W) acknowledges that there may be instances in which a patient may benefit most from a novel therapy or intervention.
  • This policy outlines the peer review process necessary for creative solutions to novel clinical problems.
  • Innovative interventions or treatments include those that:
  • Indicates material modifications to clinical practises, technologies, methods, equipment, and/or therapy;
  • Therapy (involving more than a gradual change)
  • Has not yet been implemented in the hospital but has been proven successful elsewhere
  • Has financial repercussions or an effect on institutional resources and staff
  • Presents enough risk to warrant independent examination for the benefit of the patient, healthcare provider, or
  • Staff member or individual, specifically to prevent and in the case of a negative outcome1


When tried-and-true methods have failed or when there are no tried-and-true methods available, innovative interventions.

There is evidence elsewhere that the innovative therapy may be effective, and the treatment is well-known. When this occurs, it is sometimes referred to as an emergency treatment that may be given to just one or two individuals’ therapy that is “compassionate”. It must be the subject of a study protocol if it is used on three or more patients, and submitted for REB approval; required.

Additionally, the use of an off-label medication, an unproven or invalidated medication, or a medicine that has been approved for a new use significantly alters the patient population (e.g., side effects.

The drug’s effectiveness, safety, dependability, and potential side effects are often unknown), and in which they entirely clinical in nature. It must be the subject of a study protocol if it is used on three or more patients, and submitted for REB approval; required.

Interventional doctors or surgeons who want to use a novel surgical technique, intervention, or medical gadget for only clinical purposes, they are required to submit a letter of proposal to their department’s head approbation. Permission may be granted if the operation is routine practice at other medical facilities but is novel to C&W.

Be provided at the Head’s discretion for usage with more than three patients.


  1. The medical professional suggests an intervention for a specific patient but is not currently have the evidence supporting the use of the intervention in the C&W standard of practice.
  2. Group of people being considered to their department head or delegate. Research may provide proof.
  3. Based on data from comparable institutions’ standards of practice.

Both research and actions.

  1. The department head together with clinical oversight for the other concerned healthcare specialties
  2. Evaluates the risk of the intervention for the patient, the practitioner or providers, and the institution.
  3. If the method is a novel one or the result of the study.


The healthcare professional recommending the intervention will only proceed if it has been assessed that it is

Therapy or intervention:

  1. Discusses the anticipated hazards of the intervention with the patient, the other healthcare professionals involved, and the organization.
  2. Delivers to the care team the care plan and supporting materials, such as the supporting evidence, a risk assessment for the care team, anticipated patient requirements following an innovative intervention, and a brief description of the strategy for tracking the results of the suggested intervention.
  3. The department of the person receiving the care is given the plan of care and accompanying paperwork.
  4. Head/delegate.
  5. A review team is put together by the department head or designated. Team composition recommendation: Division
  6. Head other than the involved healthcare professional, a peer who is not connected to the specific patient’s engaged program and medical directors, as well as the care staff.


  1. If it is decided not to move on, the most responsible healthcare professional may decide to communicate this judgment and any further supporting data to the VP to start the appeals process in Medicine.
  2. The VP of Medicine puts together an Appeals Board that may include an outside reviewer with the required qualifications.
  3. A second assessment of the provided materials is carried out with the help of the Chair, Quality & Safety Committee, and their knowledge.

Healthcare professionals who are not associated with the department providing treatment but who are concerned about the ethics or a successful new therapy can also start an appeal. This is accomplished by expressing worries to the vice president of medicine, who will then form an appeals board and conduct a second evaluation of the treatment.


The Appeals Board’s decisions are conclusive. ITS offers persons in need social, health, and psychiatric assistance. Everyone, from the elderly to those with impairments, may make use of the variety of services offered by ITS. These services include clinical, in-home, and social assistance—including case management—all of which can help you lead a better life.

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Track 25: Innovative Therapeutic:-

Breast Cancer Association:- 
  1. UK Cancer Cytogenetics Group
  2. Teenage Cancer Trust
  3. Sargent Cancer Care for Children
  4. Prostate Cancer Charity
  5. Orchid Cancer Appeal
  6. NHS Cancer Screening Programs
  7. Neuroblastoma Society
  8. National Radiological Protection Board
  9. National Council for Hospice and Specialist Palliative Care Services
  10. Office for National Statistics
Breast Cancer Society Universities:-
  1. Tata Main Hospital
  2. Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore
  3. Cytecare Hospitals Pvt Ltd
  4. Fortis Hospital Ltd, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore
  5. Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd.Specialty Centre
  6. Indian Cancer Society
  7. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (KLE Academy of Higher Education & Research)
  8. Kasturba Medical College and Hospital
  9. Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology
  10. Manipal Comprehensive Cancer Center, Bangalore
Breast Cancer Association Society:-
  2. Casting for Recovery, Inc.
  3. Breast Cancer Alliance
  4. Bay Area Cancer Connections
  5. Young Survival Coalition
  6. National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund
  7. Breast Cancer Resource Center
  8. American Cancer Society
  9. It’s The Journey, Inc.
  10. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Breast Cancer Companies:-
  1. Apollomics Inc
  2. Kuur Therapeutics (eg. Cell Medica Limited)
  3. Delfi Diagnostics, Inc.
  4. Apexigen
  5. Omniseq
  6. NextCure
  7. Lantern Pharma
  8. Harpoon Therapeutics
  9. Canopy
  10. Werewolf Therapeutics