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This is a safety study to determine the recommended dose to test in clinical trials. The study involves two treatments with 212Pb (212-lead) VMT-α-NET. This is a safety study only; it will most likely not provide therapeutic benefit.
we evaluated all related clinical and pathologic data of rectal NET cases, including the resection margin status, NET grading, and lymphovascular invasion status. Finally, the present study was aimed at (1) determining the risk factors for LN and distant metastases in colorectal NETs (2) clarifying the clinical significance of the salvage treatment for colorectal neuroendocrine tumors following initial endoscopic resection with positive resection margin status and (3) compare different salvage treatment of this uncommon disease through conducting a large, multi-center cohort study.
Treatment of advanced endocrine tumors, including adrenal corticocarcnioma (ACC), medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC), thymic neuroendocrine tumor and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor is challenging. Previous genomic profiling studies showed they presented a number of somatic mutations. The tumors Individualized mRNA neoantigen vaccine provide a promising solution since a significant portion of these tumors showed high quality of tumor specific neoantigen. The primary objective is to observe and evaluate the safety and tolerability of individualized mRNA neoantigen vaccine (mRNA-0523-L001) for the treatment of advanced endocrine tumors, failure of standard treatment or no standard treatment currently available. The secondary objective is to observe the preliminary efficacy of mRNA-0523-L001 for the treatment of advanced endocrine tumors, failure of standard treatment or no standard treatment currently available, including: 1. Neoantigen-specific CD4+ and CD8+ T lymphocyte responses induced by mRNA-0523-L001; 2. Objective response rate (ORR) and disease control rate (DCR) of tumors; 3. Progression-free survival (PFS).
This study is open to adults aged 18 and older or above legal age who have a specific type of advanced neuroendocrine cancer (NEC). Their tumours must be positive for a marker called DLL3. The purpose of this study is to test a medicine called BI 764532 in addition to chemotherapy. The study has 2 parts. Part A of this study aims to find out the highest dose of BI 764532 that people can tolerate in addition to chemotherapy. The purpose of Part B is to find out how well people can tolerate BI 764532 in combination with different chemotherapies. Researchers also want to find out whether BI 764532 in combination with chemotherapy helps people with NEC. Participants get different doses of BI 764532 as an infusion into a vein. In addition, they get platinum-based chemotherapy as infusions into a vein. Participants can continue treatment up to 3 years if they benefit from treatment and can tolerate it. Participants visit their doctors regularly. During these visits, the doctors collect information about participants' health and take note of any unwanted effects. Doctors also regularly check the size of the tumour.
The goal of this research is to determine if DetectnetTM PET/CT can be used to make Lutathera therapy safer for patients with neuroendocrine cancer. Participants will: - Complete two phases involving 6 visits - Undergo additional research PET/CT, and possibly SPECT/CT scans
Introduction : The incidence of duodenal neuroendocrine tumors (DNETs) is increasing. Endoscopic resection is recommended for the management of small DNETs measuring ≤10 mm. Various endoscopic techniques have been utilized for the resection of DNETs including endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), band ligation assisted EMR, endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD). However, the published studies report a high rate of histologically incomplete resection even with ESD. More recently, device assisted endoscopic full thickness resection (EFTR) has emerged as a safe and effective resection modality in cases with upper and lower gastrointestinal (GI) mucosal as well as submucosal lesions. There is limited data on the outcomes of EFTR in cases with DNETs. In this study, we aim to compare the rate of histologically complete resection (R0) with ESD and EFTR in cases with DNETs.
The goal of this prospective observational study is to generate new personalised 3D preclinical models of pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. The models will be exploited for studying the mechanisms underlying disease development and progression, as well as for performing drug testing. For the development of the newly proposed models, patients' surgical specimens will be evaluated by the Pathological Unit. If the presence of pathological material in excess, not required for the routine diagnostic procedure, is confirmed, such material will be employed for the generation of the proposed personalised models.
This study is a phase 2, open, single-site trial. The primary objective of this study is to prospectively evaluate the safety and efficacy in participants treated with Lu-177 DOTATATE (Lutathera) in unresectable or metastatic, somatostatin receptor-expressing neuroendocrine tumours (NET) in currently unlicensed indications (eg, bronchial and thymic NET; paraganglioma/phaeochromocytoma; medullary thyroid carcinoma; and those requiring repeat peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT) with 2 further cycles of Lutathera). The aim is to recruit a total of 75-110 participants. Each patient will receive 4 cycles of Lutathera with 8-12 weeks time interval (except patients requiring repeat PRRT will receive 2 further cycles of Lutathera). The follow-up period will be for 2 years from the date of the last treatment.
This is a single-arm imaging study using DOTATOC peptide, labelled with the Gallium (68Ga) tracer.
Adjuvant therapy in pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (pNETs) after radical resection lacks evidence-based data and is controversial. Real-world data were clustered to validate whether the long-acting octreotide is a potential candidate for adjuvant therapy in high recurrence risk G2 pNET patients.