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This is a study following the outcomes and survival of patients undergoing the TAMLAPS hepatectomy at Florida Hospital Tampa by Dr. Iswanto Sucandy
This is a single-centre, open-label, dose escalation, Phase 1 study. The primary objective is to determine the highest dose of TG02 citrate that can safely be given to patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics, and determine the maximum tolerated dose of ZSP1241 in participants with hepatocellular carcinoma, cholangiocarcinoma, gastric cancer, esophageal cancer, colorectal cancer and other advanced solid tumors.
The aim of this study is to collect data on efficacy and tolerability on a large series of patient of different Italian hospitals in order to support the validation of LifePearl with robust and consistent clinical evidence. Since TACE in treating HCC is considered a more common and accepted approach, this study will be focused on evaluating treatment efficacy and safety of LIFDOX for un-resectable hepatocellular carcinoma.
RAISE is a multicenter phase II randomized 2x2 factorial trial. The purpose is to further investigate both the efficacy and safety of the radiotherapy/apatinib for adjuvant treatment of HCC patients accepted radical resection with microvascular invasion.
This study aims to investigate the clinical feasibility of abbreviated liver MRI for HCC surveillance in a high-risk group.
This study aims to investigate the value of early change at MRI in HCC treated with TARE, for evaluation/prediction of treatment response and prognosis.
The study is a multicenter, randomized (1:1), open-label, parallel-arm, Phase 3 clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of portal irradiation stent placement plus TACE compared to sorafenib plus TACE in patients with advanced HCC accompanied by portal vein tumor thrombosis. Patients will be randomized to receive either portal irradiation stent placement plus TACE(Arm A) or Sorafenib plus TACE (Arm B).
SHR-1210 is a humanized anti-PD1 Immunoglobulin G4 (IgG4) monoclonal antibody. This is an open- label，single center ，non-randomized ，Single Arm Exploratory Study . This clinical study is an investigator-initiatedclini-cal trial（IIT ）.The objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of adjuvant therapy with anti-PD-1 antibody SHR-1210 and apatinib in patients with Barcelona Clinic Liver Cancer (BCLC) B&C stage hepatocellular carcinoma after surgery.
Egypt is an endemic area of HCV.Cirrhosis and HCC are the most serious complications of chronic HCV infection.Some studies noted that the risk of HCC increased 17-fold among HCV-infected patients compared with anti-HCV negative controls. Many studies demonstrate that direct antiviral therapy seems to accelerate the development of HCC, soon after the end of treatment, in those patients at higher risk of HCC occurrence or recurrence; and preliminary reports seem to indicate that HCC developed after direct antiviral therapy has more aggressive features. These findings clearly indicate the need for aggressive and close monitoring of cirrhotic patients during and after antiviral treatment, to detect and treat HCC at their earliest occurrence. Genetic variation plays a key role in HCC susceptibility and development of the disease.Genotype distribution frequency data can be used to map single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) diversity in a population and to examine the risk and development of specific diseases.Many reports indicate an association between SNPs in certain genes and the susceptibility and clinicopathological status of HCC. MMP-1 is an endogenous peptide enzyme that is most widely expressed in interstitial collagenase,which can degrade the extracellular matrix surrounding tumor cells. It is involved in many stages of tumorigenesis, in angiogenesis, and in suppression of tumor cell apoptosis . MMP‑1 − 1607 1G/2G (rs1799750) contains a guanine insertion/deletion polymorphism at position − 1607 and is a functional (SNP) that can upregulate MMP expression. The association between the MMP‑1 − 1607 1G/2G polymorphism and the emergence of several diseases including the risk for many cancers has been reported. There are results suggest that MMP-1 is overexpressed in a large proportion of patients with HCC which correlated with the disease progression and poor clinical outcome. Furthermore, MMP-1 high expression proved to be a risk factor for tumor recurrence and independent molecular marker of prognosis in HCC and may become a novel target in the strategies for the prediction of tumor progression and prognosis of this disease. Aim: Is to asses: The contribution of MMP‑1-1607 genotype polymorphism to the risk of HCC on top of HCV. The relationship between MMP‑1−1607 gene polymorphism with HCC in patients who received antiviral treatment to HCV.