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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Storytelling Narrative Communication Intervention for Smoking Cessation in Women Living With HIV

HIV has transformed into a chronic illness due to the advent of effective treatments in the absence of a cure. As a result, the prevalence of non-AIDS defining cancers (NADCs), including lung cancer, has increased three-fold among people living with HIV. NADCs now account for 50% of all cancers among the people. Smoking is one of the major contributing factors to lung cancer and smoking prevalence is substantially higher in this population than the general U.S. population. Smok...

Concurrent fMRI-guided rTMS and Cognitive Therapy for the Treatment of Major Depressive Episodes

Background: Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a treatment for depression. It stimulates the brain. Researchers want to see if using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans helps locate the best area for rTMS in each person. They also want to find other ways to make it more effective. Objective: To study the effects of combining MRI- guided transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and talk therapy on the brain in people with depression. E...

Thursday 21st September 2017

Fabry Outcome Survey (FOS)

The purpose of this study is to collect data that will increase understanding of Fabry disease history and progression, in treated and untreated patients with Fabry disease. The data from FOS may provide guidance to healthcare professionals about disease treatment options.

A Phase III, Randomized, Two-armed, Double-blind, Non-Inferiority Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Bevacizumab (AryoGen Pharmed) Compared With Bevacizumab (Avastin®) in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

This is a Phase III, randomized, two arms, double-blind (patient and assessor blinded), parallel active non inferiority controlled clinical trial with a 2:1 allocation. This trial was conducted to evaluate the efficacy and safety of bevacizumab (produced by AryoGen Pharmed) plus FOLFIRI-3 compared with bevacizumab (Avastin®) plus FOLFIRI-3 in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). Patients who met the following criteria could be recruited to receive the mentioned i...

Developing E-health Services (DES): The Feasibility and Acceptability of Video-conferencing for Adults With Depression

Depression impacts 1 in 5 people in the United Kingdom and is a significant risk factor for self-harming behaviours and suicide. Research has shown that those experiencing depression may feel embarrassed about seeking help from a health professional and ultimately decide not to seek support at all. This project seeks to give those people an alternative option to face-to-face support by developing a new online service using video conferencing technology. In previous studies, thi...

Influence of Brain Oscillation-Dependent TMS on Motor Function

Background: When people have a stroke, they often have difficulty moving their arms and hands. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can improve how well people with and without stroke can move their arms and hands. But the effects of TMS are minor, and it doesn t work for everyone. Researchers want to study how to time brain stimulation so that the effects are more consistent. Objective: To understand how the brain responds to transcranial magnetic stimulation...

Tailoring Mobile Health Technology to Reduce Obesity and Improve Cardiovascular Health in Resource-Limited Neighborhood Environments

Background: Heart disease is a leading cause of death. People can reduce their heart disease risk by exercising more. Mobile health technology may make people more successful at increasing their exercise. This includes things like physical activity monitors and smartphone apps. Objective: To find out if mobile health technology can increase physical activity. Eligibility: African American women ages 18-75 who: - Are overweight or obese - Liv...

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Brain Markers of Suicide Risk and Psychological Pain in Elderly Depressed Patients

The main objective of this study is to show MRI functional and structural differences between depressed elderly patients with a history of attempted suicide compared to depressed elderly patients with no history of attempted suicide and to elderly subjects with no personal history of depression or attempted suicide (healthy controls).

Flu2Text: Text Message Reminders for 2nd Dose of Influenza Vaccine 2017-18

This multi-site study assesses the impact of text message reminders on the receipt of the second dose of influenza vaccine, and takes place in practices from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS) network.

Evaluating the Relationship Between Tau PET Imaging and CSF Biomarkers of AD (Alzheimer Disease) in Humans

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate a new radioactive compound used in positron emission tomography (PET) scans in identifying tau tangles (a certain protein that might be associated with Alzheimer's disease) in the brain, and if the amount of tau tangles in the brain has a relationship to cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers and cognitive status. This study involves a PET scans using the radioactive compound, F 18 T807 for measurement of tau deposition. This rad...

Medico-economic Evaluation of Different High-throughput Sequencing Strategies in the Diagnosis of Patients With Intellectual Deficiency

Intellectual deficiency (ID) is a veritable public health issue because it affects 1 to 3% of the population at large. Currently, in France, the diagnosis is based on clinical expertise, the use of DNA microarray analysis, screening for fragile-X syndrome and, if necessary, a study of target genes depending on the clinical data. Although clinical expertise is not enough to target one gene in particular, these different tools currently lead to diagnosis in only 20% of patients o...

Identification of the Molecular and/or Pathophysiological Bases of Developmental Diseases

Developmental diseases include more than 3000 diseases and can associate organ malformation, dysmorphism, development disorders and/or intellectual deficiency. Even though the considerable effort in the search for genes in the last 20 years has led to the identification of thousands of genes associated with Mendelian diseases, half of the individuals with severe development anomalies remain without a genetic diagnosis. It is important to pursue the ambition to contribute to the...

Tuesday 19th September 2017

Ocular Screening in Children and Young Adults at Risk for Increased Intracranial Pressure

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the vision and posterior segment of eyes in children and young adults less than 22 years of age with risk, suspicion, or past medical history significant for elevated intracranial pressure (ICP). Patients will have visual acuity and color vision tested. Assessment of the posterior segment will involve using a non-invasive (non-contact) imaging technique (i.e. a portable fundus camera in clinic and hospital settings).

Lifestyle Change for Better Health

The goal of the research is to provide a first critical test of the novel scientific idea that a combined diet and exercise intervention may ameliorate shortening of leukocyte telomere length (LTL) in cancer survivors with a history of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) compared to a diet only intervention.

Monday 18th September 2017

Pompe Gene Therapy- Screening for Eligibility

The purpose of this study is to determine eligibility for the future clinical trial of gene therapy in adults with late-onset Pompe disease. This screening protocol will enroll up to 20 adults patients (>=18 yo) with late-onset Pompe disease. Study assessments include review of medical history, vital signs, physical examination, muscle function testing, lung function testing, blood and urine collection, serum pregnancy test and ECG. The study results will be collected t...

Peer Administered CBT for PPD

Postpartum depression (PPD) affects up to 20% of women and has profound effects on mothers and their infants. Unfortunately, fewer than 15% of women with PPD receive evidence-based care. This is at least partly due to significant difficulties faced by women in accessing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a preferred 1st line treatment. In Ontario at present, there is a significant lack of personnel trained to deliver CBT. This study will utilize a randomized controlled trial ...

Friday 15th September 2017

Different Surgical Modalities for Thigh Lipodystrophy Including Liposuction,Thigh Lift and Liposuction Assisted Thigh Lift

The sample will be divided into two groups:- - Control group which will include 60 adult individuals between 18 and 35 years old who have BMI between 19 and 25, not complaining of any thigh contour deformities or skin redundancy with no history of body weight fluctuations. This group will be divided into two subgroups, 30 males and 30 females. The following measurements will be recorded :- Weight, height, thigh length, hip circumference, maximum buttocks circumference, upper t...

Neurobiological and Psychological Benefits of Exercise in Chronic Pain and PTSD

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are creating a new generation of Veterans, including an increasing number of women Veterans, who present with comorbid PTSD and chronic pain conditions from recent deployment-related physical injuries and exposure to psychological trauma. Health behavior change has become increasingly important in treating these conditions and proactively preventing long-term negative health sequelae, in order to benefit these Veterans directly and reduce the gr...

Comparing Transvaginal Self-tailored Titanium-coated Polypropylene Mesh Procedure With Mesh-kit Procedure.

Pelvic organ prolapse(POP) is a common health problem and has significant negative effects on woman's quality of life. Transvaginal mesh procedure is a durable reconstructive surgery, but the mesh kits are expensive for underdeveloped countries. Our preliminary trial showed that the use of self-tailored mesh had good success rate (91.8% at 1-year follow-up) and low complication rate. The trial is designed to compare self-tailored titanium-coated polypropylene mesh procedure wit...

Beta Adrenergic Antagonist for the Healing of Chronic DFU

One in four Veterans is affected by diabetes and will develop a diabetic foot ulcer. Diabetic ulcers are very challenging to manage and are the most common cause of leg amputation. Many advanced treatments are expensive and difficult to use in the clinic or at home. Those newer therapies have shown little success in healing diabetic foot wounds. The investigators' laboratory and animal work has suggested that a safe medication, currently used as an eye drop for treatment of gla...

Metabolomics and Breast Cancer Risk in a Nested Case-control Study of the Cancer Prevention Study-II Nutrition Cohort

This study aims to investigate diet, lifestyles, serum metabolomics in relation to breast cancer risk in a nested case-control study including 1,547 postmenopausal women from the Cancer Prevention Study II (CPS-II) Nutrition Cohort. The CPS-II Nutrition Cohort is a prospective cohort study of cancer incidence and mortality among 184,185 men and women, established by the American Cancer Society in 1992. Participants completed a self-administered baseline questionnaire in 1992/19...

Wednesday 13th September 2017

GC-FLC Study to Assess the Progress of NAFLD/NASH in Chinese

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a progressive liver disease ranging from simple steatosis to cirrhosis of the liver. Nonalcoholic fatty liver (NAFL) without substantial hepatocellular injury is thought to be relatively benign whereas nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is characterized by hepatocyte steatosis, ballooning, inflammation and varying degrees of fibrosis from none to cirrhosis. NASH is strongly associated with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome an...

A Prospective, Observational Study of the PPI Non-responder

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a common chronic condition, affecting approximately 20% of the American adult population. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are now the mainstay of medical therapy for symptoms of GERD. Despite their efficacy, several studies have shown that a significant proportion of GERD patients are either partial or non-responders to PPI therapy, defined as symptoms of heartburn and/or regurgitation not relieved by either a standard or double dose of a...

A Study to Test if the Vaccine is Working Well in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients Aged 40 to 80 Years Old to Reduce Episodes of Worsening Symptoms and to Gather Further Information on Safety and Immune Response

The purpose of this study is to test if the vaccine is working well in COPD patients aged 40 to 80 years old to reduce episodes of worsening symptoms ("exacerbations") and to gather further information on safety and immune response. In the current study, COPD patients with a history of acute exacerbations will receive 2 doses of the investigational vaccine or placebo intramuscularly according to a 0, 2 month vaccination schedule, in addition to standard care. The effect...

Treatment of Tendon Disease Using Autologous Adipose-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

This study was a single-center, randomized, single-blind clinical trial. We plan to include 100 patients who met exclusion criteria of rotator cuff and lateral epicondylosis (tennis elbow) respectively by MRT or ultrasonography. The patients will be randomly divided into two groups. Adipose mesenchymal stem cells will be isolated from adipose tissue, cultured and then transplanted back to the tendon injury site by multiple point injection. 1*10^6 cells as an unit. Patients in t...

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