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The purpose of this study is to: - Assess overall radiographic response rate (ORR) - Assess progression-free survival (PFS) - Test the safety and tolerability of Pembrolizumab
This study is being done to evaluate differences in patient experience during treatment with octreotide LAR and lanreotide.
68Ga-DOTANOC and 18F-FDG PET/CT have important values in the staging and clinical treatment of neuroendocrine tumors. Retrospective studies suggest that the positivite rates and SUVmax of dual imaging associated with pathological findings and prognosis. The study was designed to confirm thet clinical values of dual imagings for neuroendocrine tumors.
Measurement of plasma chromogranin A remains the most commonly used biomarkers for both screening and monitoring of patients with gastro-entero-pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (GEP-NET), despite several limitations that include: lack of a reference CgA standard; wide variations depending on the used assay in different laboratories; and varying sensitivity ranges from 60 to 90% with low specificity <50%, depending on the population studied (Oberg et al. Endocrine Connections 2016). Surprisingly, and to the best of our knowledge, only three studies with small numbers of participants have been published that have investigated possible effects of food intake on the measurement of CgA. Most have been performed in healthy controls or patients on treatment with proton pump inhibitors for chronic gastritis (up to n = 11 per group) but only one study has investigated patients with GEP-NET, where n = 6 patients with gastric NET were included. In this study, the investigators aim to assess the time dependent effects of normally ingested diet (5-item English breakfast; or tea or coffee; or ongoing fasted state) on plasma chromogranin A measurements, using timed measurements over 180 min following an > 10 hours overnight fast, in a randomised double-crossover design. The investigators aimed to include 25 - 35 patients with a histologically confirmed diagnosis of a GEP-NET of varying primary tumour location, tumour stage, grade; and presence or absence of treatment with long acting somatostatin analogues; as well as 10 - 15 healthy controls. In an additional small subgroup of patients who are initiated on treatment with GLP-1 analogues i.e. for type 2 diabetes or obesity, the investigators aim to establish whether injection of GLP-1 analogues has any effects on plasma CgA measurements.
The study will be conducted to compare the safety and efficacy of Capecitabine Combined With Dacarbazine(CAPDTIC) and Capecitabine Combined Temozolomide(CAPTEM) in advanced or metastatic gastrointestinal pancreatic and esophageal neuroendocrine tumor.In this prospective randomized phase II study, the investigators aim to compare the survival benefit as well as the safety forCapecitabine Combined With Dacarbazine(CAPDTIC) versus Capecitabine Combined Temozolomide(CAPTEM) in advanced or metastatic gastrointestinal pancreatic and esophageal neuroendocrine tumor.
This is a single-center, single-arm, open-label, phase II trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of avelumab in subjects with unresectable or metastatic, Grade 2-3, well-differentiated neuroendocrine.tumour.
The aim of this non-randomised, prospective study is to investigate the applicability and prognostic value of uPAR PET/CT with the radioligand 68Ga-NOTA-AE105 in patients with neuroendocrine tumors (NETs).
This is a Phase 2 peptide receptor radionuclide therapy trial of 90Y-DOTATOC in patients with somatostatin receptor positive tumors.
The aim of this non-randomised, prospective study is to investigate the applicability and prognostic value of angiogenesis PET/CT with the radioligand 68Ga-NODAGA- E[c(RGDyK)]2 in patients with neuroendocrine tumors (NETs).
The purpose of this clinical research is to define the optimal dose of 68Ga-OPS202 as a PET imaging agent to be used to detect and localize gastro-entero-pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (GEP-NETs). 68Ga-OPS202 is a radiolabelled imaging agent to be used in association with Positron-Emission-Tomography (PET). 68Ga-OPS202 is made of two main components: 1) OPS202, an antagonistic somatostatin analogue which binds to the somatostatin receptor (type 2) present on the surface of the tumor cells and 2) Gallium 68, a radioisotope that combined with OPS202 can be seen in the PET scanner.