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The current Standard of Care (SoC) in younger patients with Ph+ ALL is Imatinib in combination with low-dose chemotherapy, change of TKI in case of persistent MRD above 10-3 after consolidation I and indication for stem cell transplantation. The EVOLVE trial aims to answer three questions challenging the current SoC: Use of Ponatinib compared to Imatinib both in combination with low-dose chemotherapy and consolidation I (randomization I). In MRD good responders: Omit end of therapy in primary care and indication for SCT but continue therapy with TKI, chemotherapy and Blinatumomab as additional antileukemic compound (randomization II). In MRD poor responders: Omit indication for TKI change but give instead Blinatumomab followed by end of therapy in primary care and indication for SCT (non-randomized).
This study is an observational study on the efficacy and safety of auto-HSCT in adult patients with Burkitt lymphoma, lymphoblastic lymphoma, and acute lymphoblastic leukemia who received TCCA conditioning regimen. The study plans to include 28 patients who received the TCCA regimen for pre-transplantation pretreatment before auto-HSCT. Maintenance treatment will be carried out after transplantation for 1 year to observe the efficacy and safety.
This phase II clinical trial tests how well the cytomegalovirus-modified vaccinica Ankara (CMV-MVA) Triplex vaccine given to human leukocyte antigens (HLA) matched related stem cell donors works to prevent cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection in patients undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplant. The CMV-MVA Triplex vaccine works by causing an immune response in the donors body to the CMV virus, creating immunity to it. The donor then passes that immunity on to the patient upon receiving the stem cell transplant. Giving the CMV-MVA triplex vaccine to donors may help prevent CMV infection of patients undergoing stem cell transplantation.
Letermovir is approved for the primary prevention of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) reactivation and infection in hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients. Letermovir may be beneficial in other clinical presentation where CMV reactivates and may alter clinical outcomes. Recently Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T cells have been used for the treatment of refractory acute leukemia and B cell lymphoma. Reactivation of chronic viral infections, in particular those belonging to the Herpesviridae family can therefore be observed following CAR-T cells treatment.According to first reports, Cytomegalovirus seems to be the main virus detected. Uncontrolled CMV reactivation leads to CMV disease requiring the use of antiviral drugs associated with either hematological toxicity (ganciclovir) or renal toxicity (foscarnet) and is usually associated with poor outcomes. In addition, CMV interplays with the immune system and decreases the immunosurveillance of tumor cells and facilitates the growth or reactivation of other opportunistic infections. Therefore, CMV reactivation could also impact the outcome of CART cells treatment by increasing the existing risk of opportunistic infections in CART cells recipients and thus by increasing morbidity, length stay or require intensive care. Imbalance of the immune system usually correlates with reactivation of persistent virus like Torquetenovirus (TTV), redondovirus or pegivirus found more frequently in Hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation (HSCT) patients or patients requiring intensive care. Whether reactivations of those persistent viruses are associated or precede CMV reactivation deserve careful investigation to identify as early as possible patients at high risk and who could benefit from antiviral preventive treatment. The objective of this trial is to determine the incidence of CMV reactivation within 3 months after infusion of CAR-T cells in CMV seropositive patients with refractory acute leukemia or B-cell lymphoma.
Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow and is the most common acute leukemia in adults. This study will evaluate how well venetoclax in combination with azacitidine works to treat AML in newly diagnosed adult participants who are ineligible for intensive chemotherapy in Italy. Venetoclax in combination with azacitidine is approved in Italy to treat Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in newly diagnosed adults who are ineligible for intensive chemotherapy. All study participants will receive venetoclax in combination with azacitidine as prescribed by their study doctor in accordance with approved local label. Adult participants with a new diagnosis of AML will be enrolled. Around 150 participants will be enrolled in the study at approximately 20-25 sites in Italy. Participants will receive venetoclax tablets to be taken by mouth in combination with azacitidine given by subcutaneous (SC) injection according to the approved local label. The duration of the study is approximately 18 months. There is expected to be no additional burden for participants in this trial. All study visits will occur during routine clinical practice and participants will be followed for 18 months.
- Goal: This study is a randomized phase II interventional study. The purpose of this study is to see if addition of oral rifaximin tablets during allogeneic stem cell transplant can improve the quality of gut microbiome and reduce chances of death, infections and graft versus host disease (GVHD) post-transplant. - The study objectives are as follows: - Primary Objective: To determine the impact of rifaximin on gut microbial diversity and compare it with controls. - Secondary Objectives: a. To determine non-relapse mortality at 1-year post transplant in patients who receive peri-transplant transplant rifaximin and compare it with controls. - b. To compare the incidence of severe GVHD in patients who receive peri-transplant rifaximin with the controls. - c. To determine impact of gut decontamination with rifaximin on incidence of MDR sepsis and usage of higher antibiotics (e.g. Carbapenems, colistin, tigecycline, ceftazidime avibactum and ceftriaxone-sulbactam EDTA) in first 6 months post BMT. - d. To determine the impact of rifaximin induced gut manipulation on immune reconstitution, T cell repertoire post-transplant and cytokine profile. - Exploratory objective: To use single cell transcriptomics (SCT) to identify immune cell profile in gut biopsies post allogeneic stem cell transplant whenever biopsy is done, to correlate the impact of microbiome on gut immunity. - Intervention: Tab Rifaximin 200 mg will be given orally twice daily from day -8 to day +60 of allogeneic stem cell transplant in acute leukemia patients. This will be in addition to standard of care post-transplant treatment. - Comparator Agent: Standard of care treatment including standard anti GVHD measures, antibiotic support and transfusions as needed.
This is a single-arm, single-center, interventional, dose-escalation clinical study designed to evaluate the safety and tolerability of QH103 Cell Injection in the treatment of patients with relapsed/refractory B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
The goal of this clinical trial is to learn about the efficacy of DASATINIB monotherapy in acute myeloid leukemia patients refractory to VENETOCLAX-AZACITIDINE. The main question it aims to answer is to assess the tumor response after 2 cycles of DASATINIB monotherapy treatment for patients with chemotherapy-ineligible acute myeloid leukemia refractory to VENETOCLAX-AZACITIDINE therapy. Participants will be given DASATINIB treatment up to 3 months. Response will be assessed by a myelogram and a complete blood count at the end of every cycle. Follow up will last 6 months.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of blinatumomab.
This study will explore feasibility and acceptability of using a daily mobile mindfulness app to cope with stress. In addition, feasibility of digital health data collection procedures including wrist-worn devices and ecological momentary assessments will be examined. PRIMARY OBJECTIVES - Determine the feasibility and acceptability of completing the 30-day mobile mindfulness program - Evaluate the feasibility of digital health data collection procedures to detect autonomic nervous system (ANS) activation associated with stress (e.g., electrodermal activity, pulse rate variability, skin temperature) via wearable devices and self-reported ecological momentary assessments (EMA) among adult survivors of childhood cancer in the SJLIFE cohort - Generate preliminary data to estimate the effect size and power needed for an extramurally funded randomized controlled trials (RCT) examining the impact of daily mindfulness mediation on biomarkers of ANS activation, coping, health behaviors, and cardiometabolic outcomes in a cohort of survivors of childhood cancer.