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A pilot feasibility randomized clinical trial comparing a tailored intervention to uniform standard of care will be conducted. A total of 40 AYAs with cancer will be randomized to one of the two programs. Data will be collected to explore the hypotheses that the intervention meets pre-established enrollment, retention, fidelity, and data completion feasibility criteria and that AYAs will rate the intervention as easy to use and acceptable.
This study will evaluate safety, pharmacodynamics and biomarkers of subcutaneous (SC) DK210(EGFR) given as monotherapy and in combination with immunotherapy, chemotherapy or radiation.
The primary objective of this study is to examine how exposure to "pinkwashed" alcohol advertisements (i.e., ads that associate the company with breast cancer awareness or charities) affects consumers' perceptions that alcohol increases the risk of breast cancer. The investigators will randomize participants to view 3 'pinkwashed' social media advertisements for alcohol or 3 control advertisements for alcohol (i.e., 'de-pinked' standard alcohol advertisements that match the intervention advertisements on overall design but do not mention breast cancer). Each participant will view the 3 advertisements for their arm (presented in random order) and respond to survey questions programmed in Qualtrics.
This study will evaluate the clinical impact and utility of digital health solutions (DHS) on health outcomes and health-care resource utilization in people receiving systemic anti-cancer treatment (approved or non-approved) in clinical practice.
Real clinical practice register of Albuminuria detection in patients with previously undiagnosed chronic kidney disease
Pain is one of the most prevalent symptoms during and after cancer. Pain can be the consequence of several situations (disease progression, surgery, and anticancer drugs). However, pain can frequently be associated with a substance use disorder (alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and illicit products such as cannabis). The relationship between substance use and pain is known to be complex and interdependent, i.e. pain can reinforce substance use and substance use can promote pain. However, few data in the literature are available on the use of psychoactive substances in relation to pain in the context of cancer (cancer patients and cancer survivors). Moreover, the scientific literature agrees on the fact that these elements are little studied and underestimated in the clinic. The investigators hypothesize that, in cancer patients or cancer survivors, the prevalence of the use of psychoactive substances would be higher in the presence of pain, and would be associated with its intensity and its impact on the quality Health-Related Living (HRQoL). The main objective of this study will be to compare, in an adult population of patients suffering from cancer or having had cancer, the prevalence of the consumption of psychoactive substances in painful patients compared to non-painful patients.
To develop and measure the effects of a culturally sensitive yoga program for inpatients
This is a prospective, open-label navigational investigation designed to evaluate the feasibility of using molecular profile-based evidence to determine individualized cancer therapy for patients with aggressive malignancies. This is a non-randomized, histology-agnostic trial. Although there will be a case mix of histologies, the investigators now know that individual histologies are composed of a heterogeneous mix of molecular alterations. It is not clear whether one case mix is better or worse than another. Thus, the investigators are testing a strategy of molecular matching that may apply across different cancers.
The primary objectives of this study are to increase HPV vaccination initiation and 3-dose completion among pediatric, adolescent, and young adult (PAYA) cancer survivors
There are no published article that compare magnesium sulfate and ketamine as adjuvants to bupivacaine in PECS block , so the aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of Magnesium sulfate versus ketamine when added to local anesthetic ( Bupivacaine) in pectoral nerve block during mastectomy and detect which of these drugs has the more effective analgesic effect and decrease opioid consumption .