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The disorder of vaginal microflora and its metabolites is considered to be a facilitating factor to human papillomavirus-mediated cervical cancer. However, the mechanism is still unclear. This study intends to carry out a cross-sectional study and a cohort study. The cross-sectional study intends to recruit 300 premenopausal non-pregnant women, dividing them into five groups, with 60 in each group: HPV negative [Ctrl HPV (-)], HPV positive [Ctrl HPV (+)], low-grade squamous Intraepithelial lesion (LSIL), high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL) and newly diagnosed invasive cervical cancer (ICC). Obtain basic information through the questionnaire, and collect vaginal secretion and blood samples. At the same time, patients who are diagnosed with cervical cancer for the first time will be included in the cohort study. Collect the same kind of information. The follow-up period is set to be 3 years, and samples will be collected every six months. If any condition changes within the 3 years, samples should be collected. If new treatments are taken, samples should be taken before and after treatment. And if the lesion turns negative after treatment within the 3 years, complete the follow-up. Using 16S rRNA gene sequencing, metabolomics, and immunological methods to determine the vaginal microbiota and its metabolites and inflammation condition, select biomarkers related to the onset of cervical cancer. construct a cervical cancer risk model and outcome prediction model, and reveal the mechanism of vaginal flora and its metabolites in the pathogenesis and development of cervical cancer. Therefore provides a new direction for the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer.


Clinical Trial Description

The disorder of vaginal microflora and its metabolites is considered to be a facilitating factor to human papillomavirus-mediated cervical cancer. However, the mechanism is still unclear. This study intends to carry out a cross-sectional study and a cohort study. The cross-sectional study intends to recruit 300 premenopausal non-pregnant women, dividing them into five groups, with 60 in each group: HPV negative [Ctrl HPV (-)], HPV positive [Ctrl HPV (+)], low-grade squamous Intraepithelial lesion (LSIL group), high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL group) and newly diagnosed invasive cervical cancer (ICC group). Obtain basic information through the questionnaire, and collect vaginal secretion and blood samples every time the patients review the clincal department as scheduled. At the same time, patients who are diagnosed with cervical cancer for the first time will be included in the cohort study. Collect the same kind of information. The follow-up period is set to be 3 years, and samples will be collected every six months. If any condition changes within the 3 years, samples should be collected. If new treatments are taken, samples should be taken before and after treatment. And if the lesion turns negative after treatment within the 3 years, complete the follow-up. Using 16S rRNA gene sequencing, metabolomics, and immunological methods to determine the vaginal microbiota and its metabolites and inflammation condition, select biomarkers related to the onset of cervical cancer. Carry out the genital tract inflammation score calculating, blood inflammatory factors testing, biological information analyzing, and metabolite composition and content in vaginal secretions analyzing. The purpose of this study is to construct a cervical cancer risk model and outcome prediction model, and reveal the mechanism of vaginal flora and its metabolites in the pathogenesis and development of cervical cancer. Therefore provides a new direction for the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer. ;


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NCT number NCT05185713
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University
Contact Rao Qunxian
Phone +86 13902250700
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date April 1, 2022
Completion date January 1, 2023

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