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Development of cancer following sarcoidosis has been studied in the past, but, little is known about the development of sarcoidosis following cancer. Investigators proposed an association between cancer and sarcoidosis previously. Investigators suggested that sarcoidosis could be a paraneoplastic disease.

The current project is a comprehensive study of paraneoplastic sarcoidosis disease.

The aim of the study is to find an association between sarcoidosis and cancer and to determine the outcome of sarcoidosis in patients with cancer.

This is a retrospective single-center, observational study for collecting data on patients with sarcoidosis and cancer in UMH and Sylvester Cancer Center. The study initially involves populating sarcoidosis patients seen at UMH and Sylvester Cancer Canter during the study period. This will add our knowledge about the characteristics of this novel paraneoplastic syndrome and its effects on prognosis of sarcoidosis and cancer. Investigators will also generate relevant hypotheses for future mechanistic studies.

Results of this study will be of interest to physicians, administrative and public health authorities.


Clinical Trial Description

The purpose of this study is to develop a clinical dataset of sarcoidosis patients with a diagnosis of cancer who are categorized by date of birth, sex, race/ethnicity, clinical information, laboratory and imaging information, time of sarcoidosis onset, cancer type and treatment, time of cancer diagnosis, stage and grade.

A clinical database of sarcoidosis patients with cancer that can be utilized by the University of Miami faculty, fellows and their collaborators to investigate the relationship between sarcoidosis and cancer will be made. ;


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NCT number NCT03844698
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source University of Miami
Contact Mehdi Mirsaeidi, MD
Phone (305)243-9227
Email msm249@miami.edu
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date February 5, 2019
Completion date May 5, 2021

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