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As part of National Institutes of Health Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics-Underserved Populations (RADx-UP) program, the goal of the RADxUP study is to develop, test, and evaluate a rapid, scalable capacity building project to enhance COVID-19 testing in three regional community health centers (CHCs) in San Diego County, California. In collaboration with CHC partners, their consortium organization, Health Quality Partners (HQP), investigators are pursuing the following Specific Aims: 1) Compare the effectiveness of automated calls vs text messaging for uptake of COVID-19 testing among asymptomatic adult patients with select medical conditions and those 65 years of age and older receiving care at participating CHCs. Secondarily, investigators will invite all study participants to receive flu vaccination and will assess feasibility and acceptability of study participants to refer adult family household members who are essential workers for COVID-19 testing. 2) Gather patient, provider, CHC leadership, and community stakeholder insights to establish best practices for future scale-up of COVID-19 testing sustainability and vaccination.
This single arm phase II trial focused on cancer patients and cancer survivors in the Veterans Health Administration will gather data on feasibility, acceptability, ease of clinical implementation, and preliminary efficacy of BNT001, a prescription digital software application. BNT001 delivers a 10-session digitally administered version of a published manualized therapy for stress management in adult cancer patients that has established efficacy in improving quality of life and mood.
This project's overall goal is to test the feasibility, acceptability and efficacy of two coach-assisted, computer-based, cognitive- behavioral therapy (C-CBT) interventions in treating depression and anxiety in adolescent and young adult cancer survivors. The two coach-assisted interventions will be compared to the standard C-CBT intervention.
This study is designed to study the feasibility and acceptability of the Open to Options (O2O) Chatbot prototype. The O2O program is an existing patient support program with content currently delivered via in-person counseling with a trained mental health professional or via an existing web-based program (Let's Talk Treatment Options).The Chatbot is an automated, menu-based agent being developed in this study to extend the reach and accessibility of the O2O program via the Chatbot's "virtual coaching".
This is a prospective, multisite, descriptive, observational clinical/epidemiological study examining both quantitative and qualitative data pertaining to clinical outcomes and organizational responses to the 2020 SARS-Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic.
BLOOD is an investigator-initiated, multicenter, prospective biomarker study in patients with advanced melanoma treated with anti-PD-1 monotherapy in the first-line setting. The "studied products" will be administered and managed within routine medical care in Belgium. The overall goal is (i) to investigate biomarkers for anti-PD-1 monotherapy and (ii) to gather evidence on real-life use of anti-PD-1 monotherapy in melanoma.
The purpose of this study is to test a nurse-led intervention for adults with newly diagnosed cancer and undiagnosed/newly diagnosed Type-2 diabetes
Ivermectin plus losartan as prophilaxy to severe events in patients with cancer with recent diagnosis of COVID-19
The researchers are doing this study to find out whether the study drug hydroxychloroquine can prevent infection with the COVID-19 virus, compared with placebo, in people who are receiving radiation therapy for their cancer. The placebo used in this study is a tablet that looks the same as the study drug and is taken in the same way, but it does not contain any active ingredients.
Endocrine therapy is the initial treatment for most hormone receptor positive (HR+), human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 negative (HER2-) breast cancers. This study will evaluate the use of venetoclax in combination with capecitabine in adult participants with HR+, HER2-, metastatic breast cancer (MBC) who had disease progression following treatment that included a cyclin-dependent kinase 4/6 (CDK4/6) inhibitor. Venetoclax is an investigational drug being developed for the treatment of breast cancer. This study is open-label meaning both the participants and study doctors will know what treatment is being given. The study includes two phases: dose escalation and dose expansion. In dose escalation, participants will receive various doses of venetoclax in combination with capecitabine. In dose expansion, participants will receive the recommended dose of venetoclax determined during dose escalation in combination with capecitabine. Adult participants with locally advanced or MBC that is not amenable to curative therapy will be enrolled. Around 42 participants will be enrolled at approximately 20 sites worldwide. Venetoclax and capecitabine will be administered on a 21-day cycle. During dose escalation, participants will take various doses of venetoclax as a tablet by mouth once a day and capecitabine as a tablet by mouth twice per day on days 1 - 14 of each cycle for approximately 30 weeks. During dose expansion, participants will take venetoclax at the dose identified during dose escalation as a tablet by mouth once a day and capecitabine as a tablet by mouth twice per day on days 1 - 14 of each cycle for approximately 30 weeks. There may be a higher burden for participants in this trial compared to standard of care. Participants will attend weekly visits during the course of the study at a hospital or clinic. The effect of the treatment will be checked by medical assessments, blood tests, and evaluating for side effects.