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This is an open-lable, single-arm, dose escalation and dose extension phase I clinical study of ScTIL designed to observe and evaluate the safety, the tolerance, the pharmacokinetic characteristics and the effectiveness of ScTIL in the treatment of advanced malignant solid tumors, in order to provide the basis for the future clinical research to explore the best recommended phase II dose (PR2D) and treatment scheme.
This is a Phase 1, open-label and multicenter study of SY-4798, a highly specific and potent inhibitor of FGFR4, in patients with advanced solid tumor. This study has two phases: dose-escalation phase and dose-expansion phase.
This prospective study aims to assess the safety and feasibility of lymph node identification using bevacizumab-800CW in patients with cT1-3N0-2 tumours, using peritumoral submucosal injections
This prospective study aims to assess the safety and feasibility of lymph node identification using bevacizumab-800CW in patients with cT1-3N0-2 tumours, using intravenous administration.
To understand more about the opinions of patients and health providers on the use of telemedicine in radiation oncology.
Study DC-6001-101 is a multicenter, open-label, Phase 1 study to assess the effects of anti-CD93 mAbs as a monotherapy in patients with advanced or metastatic solid tumors. The study comprises Part A (compound DCBY02) and Part B (compound DCSZ11, not yet active).
This study aims to analyse retrospectively the feasibility, the safety, and the efficiency, of biliary or digestive protection with room air interposition for thermal ablation of central liver tumors with high iatrogenic risk. Thermal ablation is a mini-invasive and curative treatement of liver tumors. However, it requires to be carefull about surrunding organs, such as digestive structures or central biliary tree, which can be injured if not insulated. The technique of gas interposition to protect adjacent gut is already known and validated with carbonic gas. Nevertheless, resorption of this gas is very fast, making its use tricky to keep a correct insulation during the whole thermal ablation process. Room air interposition is easy to use and can offer a slow resorption speed. Furthermore no datas are available concerning the use of room air whatever the organ protected, and the protection of central biliary tree whatever the gas used.
A single arm intervention study examining the effect of an omega 3 enriched oral nutritional supplement on nutritional status of CRC and NSCLC patients
Pathologic complete response (pCR) after multimodal treatment for locally advanced rectal cancer (LARC) patients is considered as the gold-standard of treatment success as it is associated to privileged oncologic outcome. Nevertheless, data from multicenter high-volume cohorts with long term follow-up are scarce. This is a multicenter observational study using prospectively collected data from the Spanish Rectal Cancer Project database. The main objective of the study is to update long-term oncologic follow-up of those patients treated for LARC with nCRT and surgery (either TME or subtotal TME; S-TME) who had obtained a pCR. Secondary objective is to analyze demographic, clinical, operative and treatment variables in search of related factors to adverse oncologic outcomes, like distant recurrence or tumor-related deaths. The results are reported in accordance with the STROBE (STrengthening the Reporting of OBservational studies in Epidemiology) Statement for observational studies. All calculations are performed using Stata 13.1 (StataCorp, Texas, USA).
The PhAST Trial is an adaptive first-in-human clinical trial of the acetylglucosaminyltransferase V inhibitor PhOx430 in patients with advanced solid tumours conceived and designed with the contribution of the Gianni Bonadonna Foundation, a non-profit academic research institution aimed at promoting therapeutic innovation in oncology.. The trial includes two parts, a dose escalation phase which will enroll patients with non-selected tumour types, followed by a cohort expansion phase in selected tumour types.