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The prognostic implications of lymph node metastasis in colorectal cancer patients at an early stage, specifically T1/2 stage, are relatively unfavorable. Therefore, understanding the clinical and molecular traits relevant to metastasis in T1/2 stage are of substantial clinical importance.
The researchers are doing this study to see if one session of high-dose contrast-enhanced MRI-guided SBRT (stereotactic body radiation therapy) is effective for colorectal cancer that has spread to the liver. The researchers will evaluate how well the study treatment can prevent the liver metastasis from growing and spreading. In addition, they will see whether it causes any side effects and whether there are any characteristics of the research MRI images that can predict response to treatment.
The goal of this clinical trial is to verify the efficacy of electroacupuncture in accelerating the recovery of gastrointestinal function after colorectal cancer surgery. The main questions it aims to answer are: - Whether electroacupuncture can accelerate the recovery of gastrointestinal function in patients after colorectal cancer surgery. - Whether electroacupuncture intervention is safe for postoperative colorectal cancer patients. Participants will be randomized into 3 groups: The conventional control group will receive postoperative rehydration and nutritional support, correction of acid-base imbalance and electrolyte disturbance, anti-infection, hemostasis and other symptomatic treatments. In the electroacupuncture group, acupuncture will be performed within 6 hours after surgery on the basis of the conventional control group. Acupoint: bilateral Hegu (LI4), Zhigou (SJ6), Zusanli (ST36), Shangjuxu (ST37). Both after obtaining Qi, and unilaterally connected to the electroacupuncture instrument for electrical stimulation, the current frequency is continuous wave 5 Hz, the intensity of stimulation was as the patient tolerated, each time lasting 30 min. Acupuncture stimulation was given every 12 h. The course of treatment was terminated postoperatively until the fourth postoperative day (d0-d4) or until the patient showed the first postoperative anal exhaust or continued until the fourth day. The sham acupuncture group will based on the conventional control group, using a blunt-tipped needle tip that do not pierce the adhesive pad.
The goal of this clinical trial is to test a new way to help older adults who have had cancer. The researchers want to see if a program that assesses participants health and aging is achievable and makes a difference. A community health worker/promotora de salud will assess their health and provide coaching to help them feel better. This is important because older adults with cancer often have other health issues that are not addressed after completing treatment. The researchers want to make sure they get the care they need.
Evaluation of the Efficacy and Safety of Bevacizumab Combined With PD-1 Monoclonal Antibody in Preoperative Neoadjuvant Therapy for MSS Colorectal Cancer With Liver Metastases - a Single-center, Single-arm, Open-label Clinical Trail.
The goal of this pilot clinical trial is to determine feasibility and explore whether financial incentives paid to primary care patients for completing colorectal cancer screening increase completion of colorectal cancer screening. The main questions it aims to answer are: - Do patient financial incentives for completing colorectal cancer screening increase screening completion? - Does a patient financial incentive for colorectal cancer screening offered alongside patient financial incentives for COVID-19 and flu shots increase completion of those shots? Participants who are due for colorectal cancer screening will receive telephone outreach from primary care staff who will offer a stool-based colorectal cancer screening. Participants will be randomly assigned to either Group 1 or Group 2. Group 1 participants will be offered financial incentives for completing COVID-19 and flu shots within 2 months of enrollment. Group 2 participants will be offered financial incentives for completing a COVID-19 shot, a flu shot, and colorectal cancer screening within 2 months of enrollment. Researchers will compare to see if completion of a COVID-19 shot, a flu shot, and colorectal cancer screening is different between the two groups.
This study is a randomized controlled phase II trial to evaluate the efficacy of the combination of stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) and immunotherapy with postoperative chemotherapy in colorectal cancer liver metastasis (CRLM) patients with high risk of locally recurrence. Researchers will compare the combination therapy with the postoperative chemotherapy alone to see if postoperative chemotherapy plus SBRT and immunotherapy can further reduce the risk of recurrence and metastasis after surgery.
The goal of this clinical trial is to learn about acupressure in patients with colorectal cancer surgery. The main questions it aims to answer are: - whether acupressure can improve the motility of vagus nerve in patients after colorectal cancer surgery - whether acupressure can reduce the inflammatory response of the body - whether acupressure can reduce the incidence of gastrointestinal paralysis in patients after colorectal cancer surgery Participants will receive acupressure at ST36 twice daily starting from the first day after surgery and lasting for five days. Researchers will compare usual care group to see if acupressure has those above effects.
This study is a 6-month randomized controlled trail of diet modification designed to reduce chronic inflammation and reverse metabolic dysfunction among obese individuals with one or more polyps found at a colonoscopy screening. We also will recruit an at least overweight partner, who lives in the same household. To be eligible, participants will be apparently disease-free, obese AAs or EAs who have self-identified a partner who is at least 9 years, with whom they live and who also is at least overweight. Each index participant will: 1) Be AA or EA by self-report; 2) Be ≤55 years old; 3) Have undergone a colonoscopy screening and found to have ≥1 polyp(s); 4) Be free of co-morbid conditions or other factors that would limit participation in this trial; 5) Have a BMI ≥30kg/m2; 6) Be willing to commit to investing the time and effort required to participate in this trial (i.e., willing to complete all assessments and provide biological samples as specified in the consent); and 7) Have no recent antibiotic use. Their partner needs to: 1) Be at least 9 years old; 2) Live in the same household and consumes meals together; 3) Be at least overweight; 4) Agree to all study procedures, including provision of biological samples, body measurements, and self-reported dietary and other assessments; and 5) Have no recent antibiotic use.
The purpose of this study was to identify the prognostic factors of affecting pT4bN0M0 colorectal cancer patients, so as to better stratify the prognostic differences among patients with the same stage.