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The Guangzhou Women's Health Cohort Study aims to explore the health trajectory and factors contributing to the health of women aged 35-64 in Guangzhou. Based on multiple population health registration data platforms, data of the cohort will provide information about the health of women across the lifespan, facilitating the decision-making process by local government . The cohort is progressing steadily, and the goal is to build a large women cohort covering 11 administrative districts of Guangzhou with a scale of 1 million by 2030.
A randomized trial to assess the safety and effectiveness of the Colovac in providing temporary protection of the anastomosis in subjects undergoing lower anterior resection for colorectal cancer.
The Prediction of Anastomotic Insufficiency risk after Colorectal surgery (PANIC) study aims to establish a machine-learning-based application that allows for accurate preoperative prediction of patients at risk for anastomotic insufficiency after colon and colorectal surgery.
Currently, no adjuvant study with hepatic arterial infusion in the adjuvant setting is opened. Recently, the results of a phase II study (NCT00268463, NSABP-C-09) assessing the potential benefit of systemic oxaliplatin and capecitabine alternating with HAI of FUDR, after resection of CRLM have been reported. The primary end point was 2-year survival. Fifty-five of 76 eligible patients were able to initiate protocol-directed therapy and completed median of six cycles (range, one to six). Three postoperative or treatment-related deaths were reported. Overall, 88% of evaluable patients were alive at 2 years. With a median followup of 4.8 years, a total of 30 patients have had disease recurrence, 11 involving the liver. Median disease-free survival was 32.7 months. In conclusion alternating HAI of FUDR and systemic capecitabine and oxaliplatin met the prespecified end point of higher than 85% survival at 2 years and were clinically tolerable.
Prove the hypothesis that dietary supplementation with bioflavonoids will diminish the recurrence rate of colonic neoplasia, we will implement a clinical trial comparing bioflavonoids and placebo in a double blind randomized clinical trial. To use a standardised supplementation of bioflavonoids, a commercially available preparation (Flavo-Natin®) will be used.