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This study is aiming to enroll 90 patients with genetically confirmed Lynch Syndrome (LS) from Geisinger's High Risk Colorectal Cancer Clinic (HRC). Upon enrollment in the study, a Cologuard test will be ordered and the results will be blinded until data analysis. Patients enrolled in the study will also undergo a colonoscopy as part of their routine HRC visit.
111Indium-labelled IPN01087 (111In-IPN01087) is developed as a radioactive diagnostic imaging agent in patients with colorectal or pancreatic cancer. It is used with single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) for the identification of tumours that overexpress the neurotensin receptor-1 (NTSR1). The purpose of this study is to assess how well 111In-IPN01087 is tolerated and what the most suitable amount to be injected is to obtain good quality images. The study will also look at how 111In-IPN01087 is distributed throughout the body and what the optimal time for doing the scans will be after it has been given as a single intravenous injection.
The purpose of the Phase 1/2a study is to evaluate the safety and tolerability of SNK01 in combination with trastuzumab or cetuximab in order to determine the maximum tolerated dose (MTD)/recommended Phase 2 dose (RP2D), and the preliminary efficacy for each combination regimen.
The primary objective of this multi-center, prospective, randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the bowel cleansing after Pure-Vu use in outpatient subjects at high risk for inadequate colon preparation as compare to standard of care.
The Institute of Image-Guided Surgery (IHU) of Strasbourg is a translational research Institute aiming to develop hybrid surgery techniques. The IHU-SPECTRA research unit, entirely dedicated to the development of fluorescence-guided surgery, was set up to test several innovations as part of a large-scale project (ELIOS: Endoscopic Luminescent Imaging for Precision Oncology Surgery), funded by the ARC Foundation for Cancer Research. The proposed research protocol is part of the ELIOS project and targets in particular colon tumours. The Holy Grail in oncology surgery is the radical removal of cancer cells in order to reduce the rate of tumour recurrences and increase the tumour's free survival. The administration of a tumour-specific antibody, which fluoresces in the Near-Infrared ranges and which could be univocally recognized at a tumour cellular level, could provide a rapid and accurate evaluation of radical tumour removal. The University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) has developed a fluorescent tracer coupling Bevacizumab (which targets the Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor = VEGF) with a fluorescent dye, the IRDye800. The initial human results are very promising and no adverse events linked to the fluorescent molecule have been reported. In parallel, an alternative optical technique that does not require the use of a fluorophore, the Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI), is a relatively new method used in image-guided and precision surgery. The company Diaspective Vision GmbH (Pepelw, Germany) produces a HSI camera, the TIVITA system, enabling to obtain spectral information from the tissues. The main advantage of HSI over fluorescence imaging is in that it is a contrast-free imaging and intrinsically quantitative although it does not provide real-time videos. Another innovative optical imaging technology available at the IHU is FF-OCT (Light-CT Scanner, LLTechSAS, Paris, France) which allows non-destructive and high-resolution optical biopsy without tissue treatment. The working hypothesis is that molecular fluorescence enhanced-reality allows greater precision in the differentiation of tumour tissue and healthy tissue in patients with colorectal cancer compared to the immunohistochemistry conventionally used in anatomopathology. In parallel, this technique will be compared to hyperspectral imaging (HSI TIVITA system) and optical imaging (FF-OCT system), two potentially advantageous methods for the detection of tumour tissue.
To determine if the out-of-field ORR is improved with the addition of radiation therapy to anti-PD-1 for patients with MSI-H/dMMR metastatic solid tumors. Determine the rates of in-field tumor control, disease control (stable disease, partial response, complete response), durability of disease response, progression-free survival, overall survival, and to assess quality of life and toxicity. Determine the chronology and profile of the radiation-associated immune response.
The purpose of this study is to find out whether temozolomide followed by nivolumab is an effective treatment for MMR-proficient colorectal cancer, while causing few or mild side effects.
This study is evaluating the combination of Y-90 radioembolization followed by SBRT with the immunotherapy drugs, durvalumab and tremelimumab, to improve disease control of liver metastases for patients with microsatellite stable colorectal cancer.
This is an open-label, dose-escalation, phase I trial of the safety and efficacy of anti-CEA intraperitoneal CAR-T infusions for treatment in patients with CEA-expressing adenocarcinoma peritoneal metastases or malignant ascites.
The purpose of this study is evaluate the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, immunogenicity and anti-tumor effect of of fully human anti - VEGF monoclonal antibody LY00101 and explore the potential prognostic and predictive biomarkers. This study will not take into account the results of molecular-genetic tests of patients enrolled in the study