Product involved: Radioderm Spray

Investigate the efficacy of Radioderm® Spray in preventing


Investigate the efficacy of Radioderm® Spray in preventing, delaying or minimizing the incidence of radio-induced cutaneous erythema in women who have undergone irradiation of the breast.


Total: 100 patients were randomized in 2 groups: Radioderm Spray (53 patients) vs. placebo (47 patients)


Cutaneous toxicity was evaluated. Patients were also given a questionnaire on quality of life and on the cosmetic outcome.

Time to appearance of G1 cutaneous toxicity

Clinical Results

• Appearence of G1 cutaneous erythema in patient treated with Radioderm® Spray occurred at the 18th session on average compared to those treated with placebo (12th session on average).

• Radioderm® Spray helped delay the appearence of G1 cutaneous toxicity.

Other Clinical Evidence

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