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This is an expanded access study for cancer treatment with balstilimab alone or in combination with zalifrelimab for an intermediate-size participant population. This study addresses the treatment needs of participants who have been previously and specifically treated with balstilimab alone or in combination with zalifrelimab in a clinical study, who have experienced a benefit from this treatment and/or wish to continue treatment, and who are eligible for treatment under this expanded access study.
The aim of this project is to provide (bispecific) antibodies to individual patients with advanced solid and hematological malignancies without any available approved treatment options.
The aim of this project is to provide personalized multi-peptide vaccination in combination with the TLR1/2 ligand XS15 to individual patients with advanced solid and hematological malignancies without any approved treatment options.
This is an expanded access program (EAP) for eligible participants. This program is designed to provide access to VAL-083 (dianhydrogalactitol) prior to approval by the local regulatory agency. Availability will depend on territory eligibility. Participating sites will be added as they apply for and are approved for the EAP. A medical doctor must decide whether the potential benefit outweighs the risk of receiving an investigational therapy based on the individual patient's medical history and program eligibility criteria.
This study is for patients who have participated in a previous study and who continue to receive benefit to have continued access to study drug and/or treatment.
Patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer in most of cases cannot benefit from percutaneous ablation modalities, due to high risk of procedure-related complications. Ultrasound-guided high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) ablation has been introduced as a feasible treatment option in these patients. However, in other anatomical regions US-guided HIFU has been replaced by the more accurate MR-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS) ablation, but the applicability of this latter technique to the treatment of pancreatic cancer is still unexplored. The aim of this study is to explore feasibility and clinical performance of MRgFUS ablation of unresectable pancreatic cancer. Two are the main end-points: Pain palliation and local tumor control. As compared to conventional US-guided HIFU, MRgFUS could represent a more accurate, non-invasive ablation modality even for unresectable pancreatic cancer although, to date, no cases of pancreatic MRgFUS ablation have been reported.