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Several studies in major abdominal surgery demonstrated that preoperative optimization of surgical patients through prehabilitation is associated with fewer postoperative complications. However, patients' response to preoperative optimization is unpredictable, and there are no studies confirming the real benefit in pancreatic surgery. Aims: To assess the benefits of pre-rehabilitation in pancreatic surgery, and identify those factors associated with an effective optimization. Secondary aims: impact of prehabilitation on nutritional status, sarcopenia, quality of life, inflammation markers, postoperative complications and hospital stay compared to low-risk patients. Design: An objective multimodal assessment will be performed on those patients who are candidates to pancreaticoduodenectomy (PD) to identify patients at high-risk of postoperative complications. These patients will undergo prehabilitation and response will be evaluated. Intervention:Multimodal Prehabilitation will include: 1. Physical and cardiopulmonary training followed by a personalized program according to basal aerobic capacity, patient circumstances and compliance, community-based and remote-controlled with information and communication technology (ICT). 2. Personalized nutrition program adapted to the underlying disease (exocrine insufficiency, cachexia and sarcopenia, diabetes). 3. Treatment of anxiety and depression. Subjects: 56 consecutive patients who are high-risk candidates (anaerobic threshold 11ml/kg/min at CPET) for PD recruited at Hospital Clinic of Barcelona. Postoperative variables will be compared to low-risk patients evaluated during the same study period. Analysis: The main variable will be aerobic capacity (VO2max, AT). Secondary variables (before and after the program) will be nutritional status, sarcopenia, quality of life, inflammation markers and immune response, hospital stay, complications, 90-days mortality and costs.
The PLATON Network study is designed to elevate personalized therapy based on genomic tumor profiles in gastrointestinal cancer patients. Hereby, PLATON's study-design focuses on the patient's tumor molecular profiling. Within the network a web application will be developed to link clinical investigators and information on study sites, cancer patients and genetic alteration data, as well as available clinical trials at PLATON's study sites.
A Phase 1 dose escalation study in patients with advanced solid tumors harboring KRAS G12C mutation to determine the maximum tolerated dose and recommended Phase II dose of HBI-2438 and characterize its pharmacokinetic profile.
Pilot study evaluating the feasibility of a 2-4 week health care provider guided exercise intervention prior to surgery for pancreatic cancer.
This study is to examine the anticancer activity of the combination therapy with all-trans retinoic acid and nivolumab in patients with chemotherapy-refractory advanced or metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
This is a single-center, single-arm, open-label, phase 2 clinical study, to explore the efficacy and safety of surufatinib combined with sintilimab and AG in first-line therapy of patients with locally advanced or metastatic pancreatic cancer.
This is a single-center, single-arm, open-label, phase 2 clinical study, to explore the efficacy and safety of surufatinib combined with TAS-102 in third-line and later-line therapy of patients with advanced pancreatic cancer
This study aims to determine the safety, pharmacokinetics (PK) and recommended Phase 3 dose (RP3D) of RYZ101 in Part 1, and the safety, efficacy, and PK of RYZ101 compared with investigator-selected standard of care (SoC) therapy in Part 2 in subjects with inoperable, advanced, well-differentiated, somatostatin receptor expressing (SSTR+) gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (GEP-NETs) that have progressed following treatment with Lutetium 177-labelled somatostatin analogue (177Lu-SSA) therapy, such as 177Lu-DOTATATE or 177Lu-DOTATOC (177Lu-DOTATATE/TOC), or 177Lu-high affinity [HA]-DOTATATE.
The hypothesis of this study is that a balloon tipped catheter placed in the stomach via an oral or nasogastric route will be safe and permit tracking of the stomach during radiation therapy.
The project's objective is to carry out prospectively, in France, for one year, a descriptive registry study in the management of patients with borderline or locally advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma, and to collect both the patient's demographic characteristics, but also the therapeutic regimens applied, the types of surgeries performed and the outcome of the patients after surgery, and at three months of follow up (preoperative data, complications's post surgery, quality of the resection, etc.)