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This is a prospective registration study for patients with advanced refractory solid tumors. Patients who meet the eligibility criteria will be included to participate in the study, and baseline information to be collected after signed informed consent. Patients will choose for themselves whether to carry out targeted therapy or other appropriate treatment methods. And we plan to follow up for at least 12 months or until disease progression or death.

Clinical Trial Description

1. Screen and enroll 120 patients with refractory solid tumors, and sign informed consents; 2. Extract the clinical data, including gender, age, disease diagnosis, past treatment history and genetic test results, etc.; 3. Take biopsy samples and perform NGS testing on patients. After discussion by the Molecular Steering Committee (MTB), the recommendations for treatment guidance will be given based on treatment guidelines and clinical experience; 4. The patient and the clinician jointly select the treatment plan and follow-up until the patient's disease progresses. The follow-up time will be 1 year; 5. During the follow-up period, clinical treatment and routine examination information of patients will be collected; 6. If the patient fails to receive molecular targeted therapy or they cannot tolerate the adverse reaction of the drug after adequate treatment, the clinician will evaluate whether a second NGS resistance test is needed or the participant may withdraw from the study. ;

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NCT number NCT05177666
Study type Observational
Source The University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital
Contact Zhiyuan Xu, MD
Phone +86-18307555170
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Start date December 30, 2021
Completion date March 30, 2024

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