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The objective of this research is to find out what effects (good and bad), the combination of gemcitabine and nab-paclitaxel therapy (GEM-ABR for the rest of the document), standard chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer, and the TheraBionic device has on participants' condition.
This trial is a single-arm, prospective, multi-center clinical trial designed to demonstrate that stereotactic adaptive radiotherapy using an ablatively dosed (50Gy,5fx) for treatment of borderline-resectable, locally-advanced , or medically inoperable pancreatic adenocarcinoma will translate into a decreased toxicity. The study will evaluate GI toxicity, overall survival, local control, quality of life, and workflow metrics.
laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy(LPD) and Robot Pancreaticoduodenectomy (RPD), as two minimally invasive methods of pancreaticoduodenectomy(PD), have obvious advantages over traditional open pancreaticoduodenectomy(OPD) in terms of reducing surgical trauma and hospitalization time, but there are few studies on their perioperative safety and prognostic effects.However, there are few studies on the perioperative safety and prognostic effects of both procedures. In this trial, the perioperative data and prognosis of both procedures were collected and analyzed through a prospective, multicenter approach to investigate the advantages and disadvantages of both procedures.
Further studies are needed to investigate the prognosis and perioperative safety of patients undergoing robotic-assisted pancreaticoduodenectomy. In this study, clinical data and prognostic data of patients undergoing this procedure were prospectively collected and analyzed to explore its safety and efficacy.
HS-10502 is a Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase 1 (PARP1)-specific selective inhibitor. The purpose if this study is to assess the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics (PK), and efficacy of HS-10502 in subjects with homologous recombination repair (HRR) gene mutant or homologous recombination deficiency (HRD) positive advanced solid tumors.
The purpose of this study is to find the highest safe dose of hu5B1-TCO and the best dosing schedule of hu5B1-TCO and 64Cu-Tz-SarAr for finding cancer cells that are CA19-9 positive. This study will also help to find out how much radiation the body is exposed to when 64Cu-Tz-SarAr is used, and provide information on the way the body absorbs, distributes, and gets rid of 64Cu-Tz-SarAr.
The goal of this study is to test A2B530,an autologous logic-gated Tmod™ CAR T-cell product in subjects with solid tumors including colorectal cancer (CRC), pancreatic cancer (PANC), non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), and other solid tumors that express CEA and have lost HLA-A*02 expression. The main questions this study aims to answer are: - Phase 1: What is the maximum or recommended dose of A2B530 that is safe for patients - Phase 2: Does the recommended dose of A2B530 kill the solid tumor cells and protect the patient's healthy cells Participants will be required to perform study procedures and assessments, and will also receive the following study treatments: - Enrollment and Apheresis in BASECAMP-1 (NCT04981119) - Preconditioning Lymphodepletion (PCLD) Regimen - A2B530 Tmod CAR T cells at the assigned dose
The goal of this observational study is to explore whether contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) can early predict and evaluate the treatment response of first-line chemotherapy in locally advanced and borderline resectable pancreatic cancers. The main questions it aims to answer are: Question 1: What quantitative parameters of CEUS performed before first-line chemotherapy can predict the early treatment response of patients with locally pancreatic cancer?Question 2: Can CEUS reflect early neovascular changes after first-line chemotherapy in pancreatic tumors? Participants will receive CEUS examination carried out by experienced operators before the first cycle of chemotherapy and after 2 treatment cycles.
Patients with early pancreatic cancer often have symptoms that could also be caused by many common benign conditions, or no symptoms at all. Jaundice, weight loss and pain are 'red flag' symptoms of pancreatic cancer that are linked to incurable disease. At the moment only patients with 'red flag' symptoms are urgently referred for diagnostic testing to find out if they have the cancer. As a result, late diagnosis is a common feature of pancreatic cancer. This leads to limited treatment options being available to patients by the time they are diagnosed, and ultimately results in poor survival rates. There is a clear need to improve earlier detection of pancreatic cancer so that patients with pancreatic cancer can be identified earlier and faster, enabling them to start treatment more quickly. The study team is developing a non-invasive breath test that detects small molecules called volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that may be altered by pancreatic cancers. For patients with non-specific symptoms, this test would help general practitioners (GPs) to identify those patients that may indeed have an underlying pancreatic cancer, who would benefit from referral for specialised pancreatic cancer tests.
This is a single arm study in the treatment of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC). The investigators propose to test the tolerability of chemotherapy plus endoscopic ultrasound-guided radiofrequency ablation (EUS-RFA) using the RF Electrode in patients receiving palliative second or third line therapy for unresectable non-metastatic pancreatic cancer.