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The purpose of this clinical research study is to investigate the efficacy and safety of Radiotherapy Combined with TKI and Anti-PD-1 Antibody for Stage IIIA Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Portal Vein Tumor Thrombus(PVTT).
Barriers that prevent healthcare methods supported by science from being adopted in the real world have led to low-quality, inequitable medical care. Implementation science aims to bridge the evidence-to-practice gap but still lacks simple and convenient methods to identify implementation barriers, systematically track which strategies work to improve care, and provide accessible data and expert recommendations to guide implementation strategy selection for use in research and practice. Project OASIS (Optimizing Approaches to Select Implementation Strategies) will conduct a hybrid type-III, cluster-randomized trial of a new decision aid tool that matches site variables and barriers to successful implementation strategies.
This study intends to evaluate the efficacy and safety of blank- microsphere transcatheter arterial embolization-hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy of oxaliplatin, 5-fluorouracil and leucovorin (bTAE-HAIC) plus Lenvatinib and Camrelizumab for patients with intermediate-advanced huge hepatocellular carcinoma.
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) related to metabolic syndrome (MS) as unique risk factor is gradually overpassing the more common viral and alcohol etiology, becoming a global health issue. Liver surgery for metabolic syndrome-related HCC in this frail subset of patients constitute a challenge, due to high morbidity and mortality rate reported in literature, and contrasting results in term of oncologic outcome. The present multicentric prospective study aims to ascertain if the combination of sleeve gastrectomy and liver surgery in the same surgical procedure may have benefit in terms of reduced perioperative morbidity and prolonged Overall Survival and Recurrence Free Survival. Secondary outcome will be the evaluation of the consequences induced by sleeve gastrectomy on liver disease, in particular liver fibrosis evaluated in term of NFS score (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Fibrosis score), FIB-4 (Fibrosis-4 Index for Liver Fibrosis) score and Fibroscan transient elastography.
Quantitative MRI scanning parameters such as T1 mapping, T2 mapping, T1ρ, and elastography are used, combined with clinical and laboratory indicators, to predict the risk of liver cancer in patients with cirrhosis.
This project is a Phase 2 trial testing the safety and efficacy of treatment with Durvalumab/Tremelimumab in neoadjuvant and Durvalumab in adjuvant setting in patients with BCLC A HCC treated by percutaneous irreversible electroporation (IRE) in a curative intent. DUMELEP is a Multicentre, Phase 2 trial Eligible patients will receive consecutively: 1. 1 Durvalumab 1500 mg/Tremelimumab 300 mg infusion in a neoadjuvant setting 2. IRE procedure in a curative attempt at Day 30 3. 11 monthly Durvalumab 1500 mg infusions. 4. Classical follow-up during an additional year (every 3 months)
This study represents a phase I clinical trial that utilizes natural killer (NK) cell therapy for patients diagnosed with liver cancer, specifically those classified as Child-Pugh A and falling within the Barcelona Clinic Liver Cancer (BCLC) stages B or C. The expected results include determining the suitable treatment dosage, identifying any resulting side effects, and calculating the average duration of progression-free survival. The target group for the study consists of all individuals diagnosed with liver cancer. At the same time, the practical sample consists of those who received medical care for liver cancer at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSCM) between May and December 2022. The chosen research sample comprises liver cancer patients who fulfill the predetermined participation criteria. The necessary sample size for discerning appropriate treatment dosages and the occurrence rate of potential side effects shall consist of 2-3 liver cancer patients who are administered autologous NK cells. The process for isolating these NK cells adheres to the guidelines established by Miltenyi Biotec.
1. To evaluate the clinical utility of plasma circRNAs (hsa_circ_0004001) as a non invasive diagnostic biomarker for HCC patients and to differentiate between malignant and nonmalignant hepatic disorders. 2. To study the relation of circRNAs (hsa_circ_0004001) to HCC staging. 3. To compare between circRNAs (hsa_circ_0004001) and the routine marker (AFP) as biomarkers for HCC diagnosis.
1. Explore the impact of postoperative administration of multi-kinase inhibitors (including sorafenib, lenvatinib, and regorafenib) in conjunction with bevacizumab on post-transplant recurrence, overall survival, and drug safety in liver transplant recipients at high risk of recurrence in hepatocellular carcinoma. 2. The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of multi-kinase inhibitors in combination with bevacizumab as adjuvant therapy in liver transplant recipients with hepatocellular carcinoma who present high-risk factors for recurrence, based on the one-year recurrence-free survival rate (1-year RFS rate). 3. The secondary objectives of this study are to assess the effectiveness and safety of multi-kinase inhibitors in combination with bevacizumab as adjuvant therapy in liver transplant recipients with hepatocellular carcinoma who present high-risk factors for recurrence, based on the following parameters: Recurrence-free survival (RFS) duration, Overall survival (OS), Two-year and three-year RFS rates, Graft survival, Quality of life evaluation (QoL), Incidence of adverse events and serious adverse events.
The goal of this clinical trial is to compare HAIC concurrently with sequentially combined with targeted and immunotherapies in terms of efficacy and safety in patients with potentially resectable intermediate and advanced HCC (CNLC stage IIa~IIIa). The main questions it aims to answer are: - Does a "strong combination" regimen of three simultaneous treatments (HAIC, targeted agents and immunotherapy) definitely result in a higher surgical conversion rate and better survival benefit? - Can the combination of targeted and immunotherapies based on patients' response to HAIC therapy avoid over-treatment of some patients without affecting the surgical conversion rate and overall survival? Participants will be randomly assigned to receive either HAIC concurrently or sequentially combined with targeted and immunotherapies. Researchers will compare concurrent treatment group with sequential treatment group to see if there are different in terms of the conversion resection rate, long-term survival, and safety.