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To assess if the CMB305 vaccine regimen may help the body's immune system to slow or stop the growth of synovial sarcoma tumor and improve survival.
The purpose of this study is to investigate safety of experimental medication BMS-986242 and Nivolumab in patients with advanced cancers.
SNX-5422 is a prodrug of SNX-2112, a potent, highly selective, small molecule inhibitor of the molecular chaperone heat shock protein 90 (HSP90). Hsp90 inhibitors may overcome ibrutinib resistance in Mantle cell lymphomas and this study will investigate whether the addition of SNX-5422 to an established dose of ibrutinib will provide clinical response in subjects who have residual disease, but have not progressed on ibrutinib after 18 months of monotherapy, and/or prevents or delays disease progression of subjects with CLL.
This will be a prospective multi-center, multi-national comparative non-blinded clinical investigation. Each subject will undergo back-to-back tandem colonoscopies with the Aer-O-Scope Colonoscope System and a conventional colonoscope since this is a tandem colonoscopy study, each subject will serve as their own control. The 1st procedure will be randomized, half to Aer-O-Scope Colonoscope System and half to conventional colonoscope. The same investigator will perform both procedures on each subject. All pathologies found will be either removed or tattooed. Unmarked pathologies found on second pass will represent those missed during the 1st pass, thus making the subject and the control one and the same. Tattooed pathologies that can be removed endoscopically will be removed in an additional colonoscopy. This may occur if a large polyp cannot be removed for any reason with the Aer-O-Scope, but can be removed with conventional colonoscopy.
Patients should receive a chemotherapy regimen with an overall risk of febrile neutropenia ≥ 20%. The use of the web-application their will be proposed . They will be informed of the risk of neutropenia, fever and bleeding which may occur beyond the fifth day of each chemotherapy cycle (to eliminate fevers related to treatment). The temperature measurement is performed at home by an infrared forehead thermometer provided as part of the study, in a systematic manner once daily at the same time of day and in case of unexplained fatigue or chills. Before any fever reported to the physician via the web-application (alert), a questionnaire will be completed by the patient to the search for gravity criteria to assess his condition at home. The patient will be hospitalized immediately if it shows signs of severity in order to document the infection and provide intravenous antibiotics adapted to the clinical condition; in the absence of these signs, the patient will make a count to the nearest lab and will receive oral antibiotics if indicated. The subsequent strategy will be defined by the web-application algorithm to optimize the care of patients. The ability to use a web-application could allow early detection of complications of post-chemotherapy haematological toxicity and offer a taking over guided by a decision-making algorithm managed by the physician. The aim is to favour the taking over at home.
FRACTal study is the first exploration of detection of FSHR as a blood biomarker for the diagnosis of cancer. A first cohort will explore several common (e.g. breast, prostate) or rare (e.g. uveal melanoma) cancers, that are frequently treated at Institut Curie. This first cohort will include n=10 patients per histological type except for breast cancer (n=50). 100 patients are expected in this cohort. A second cohort will explore the more promising histological type (if any) in term of incidence of detection. 100 patients are expected for this second cohort.
The purpose of this study is to determine if naloxegol can be used in the treatment of opioid-induced constipation in patients with cancer and pain. This phase 4 study consists of a two week randomized double blind period followed by a two week open-label period.
Although treatments significantly increase the life expectancy of cancer patients, their quality of life is more or less reduced. The development of supportive care, such as physical activity, is one of the tools that should be promoted to maintain quality of life and reduce treatment side effects, including fatigue. This study was developed to understand the different biopsychosocial effects of a physical activity program carried out with patients suffering from various types of cancers, and to facilitate and improve the implementation of this type of activity in health care facilities. Study randomized, controlled, cross-over intervention evaluating a 12-week supervised and adapted physical activity program. Participants were assigned to one of two groups: Group A which first follows a 12-week physical activity program, then undergoes usual care for 12 additional weeks, or Group B, which continues usual care for 12 weeks (control group) and then starts the physical activity program for 12 additional weeks. Quality of life (with questionnaires for 2 groups) , well-being, fatigue, physical capacity, leptin concentration, goal setting and level of physical activity are evaluated during this protocol. By understanding the multidimensional effects of a physical activity program for various cancer types, depending on the time of proposing the program, by evaluating the correlations among all these variables, and by evaluating long-term effects, the IPCAPA study contributes to identifying the physical activity program which will be effective, viable and feasible for all patients undergoing chemotherapy, whatever the type of cancer.
Researchers want to compare proton stopping ratios, used for proton beam therapy planning, calculated based on single energy CT and dual energy CT images; with the intension of improve upon the proton range determination.
This is a prospective case control study. Participants will be enrolled as case subjects or control subjects, depending upon the gonadotoxicity of their chemoradiation therapy. The chemotherapeutic regimens will be determined per standard of care. Participants will receive GnRHa (Lupron) as standard of care for menstrual suppression. Blood draws and pelvic ultrasound at baseline, 6 months and 12 months post completion of chemotherapy are the interventions. The duration of the study will be approximately 12 months.The study time includes the time necessary for completion of most cancer treatments in this population, which approximates 8-12 months, and time to allow complete excretion of the Lupron from the systemic circulation with reliable testing of the hypothalamic pituitary ovarian (H-P-O) axis. The results of the study will be used to guide a larger study evaluating the efficacy of gonadotropin releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) as ovarian preservation therapy in young subjects receiving chemoradiation.