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Pilot Trial of a WT-1 Analog Peptide Vaccine in Patients With Myeloid Neoplasms

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the WT-1 vaccine causes an immune response and is safe. The WT-1 vaccine is made up of protein pieces that the patient's immune system can recognize as abnormal.

Safety and Effectiveness of Anti-HIV Vaccines in HIV-Negative Adults

The purpose of this study is to find out whether three different anti-HIV vaccines are safe and whether they help prevent HIV infection. These vaccines are called vCP205, vCP1433, and vCP1452. Some patients also receive another anti-HIV vaccine, gp160. The vaccines are made up of small pieces of HIV, which help the body learn to recognize and destroy HIV. You cannot get HIV from these vaccines. There are two different ways a vaccine can protect the body from infection. First,...

ADAPT-POL New Orleans: Adaptation of Prevention Techniques With Popular Opinion Leader

Adopting and Demonstrating the Adaptation of Prevention Techniques (ADAPT) is a supplement to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Community Based Organization Program Announcement 04064 (PA 04064). The purpose of ADAPT is to improve the understanding of the processes needed for adapting evidence-based behavioral interventions to fit new conditions or populations and to pilot the CDC-developed adaptation guidance. The ADAPT project responds to concerns from th...

The Role of Opinion Leaders in Enhancing Evidence-based Care After Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Emergency Department (ED) Visits

This study will enroll patients who present to Emergency Departments (EDs) and have an acute exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) at discharged in 2 Edmonton EDs. Patients will all be provided with evidence-based discharge (prednisone and an antibiotic) and will be randomized to receive enhanced education to the primary care provider or standard care. The investigators' goal is to determine if an opinion leaders' advice will improve chronic care in the...

Improving Perinatal Care in Latin America

Many obstetrical interventions used in Latin America, as in other parts of the world, have been shown to be ineffective or harmful, while effective interventions remain underutilized. This study will develop and evaluate an intervention intended to implement two evidence-based practices among birth attendants in Latin America, the selective use of episiotomies and active management of the third stage of labor.

Fixation of Unstable Distal Radius Fractures

Wrist fractures are the most common type of fractures that occur in the shoulder, arm, and hand. Approximately 250,000 to 300,000 wrist fractures occur in the United States each year. Although some wrist fractures can be treated using casts, many other fractures must be treated with surgery. The surgery involves using metal plates and screws to put the broken pieces of bone together so that they can heal. The purpose of this study is to compare two specific types of surgery...

A Community-Based Intervention With Popular Opinion Leaders (C-POL) in Texas

After exposure to the C-POL intervention: 1) unprotected vaginal or anal sex, sex with casual partners, concurrent sexual relationships, and exchange of sex for drugs or money will decrease significantly; 2) perceived syphilis-risk for self and peer group, knowledge about highly relevant risk-factors, information sources and resources will increase significantly; and 3) syphilis morbidity will decrease significantly in the intervention community as compared to the comparison co...

Use of Dexmedetomidine to Reduce Emergence Delirium Incident in Children

Emergence delirium (ED) from general anesthesia posts risk and harm to pediatric population undergo general anesthesia. The purpose of the study is to compare the use of dexmedetomidine versus placebo in reducing the incidence and severity of ED in a pediatric neurosurgical population.

Utilization of the Community Popular Opinion Leader (C-POL) Model in Alabama

Community members within the treatment city will report: 1)engaging in fewer sexual risk practices; 2)significantly higher condom use; 3) significantly higher rates of STD care seeking (including STD screening behaviors); 4) fewer having STDs in the past 6 months; 5) significantly higher awareness scores regarding syphilis and other STDs, as compared with those in the comparison city.

SimCare: Physician Intervention to Improve Diabetes Care

This randomized trial will test the hypotheses that (a) a physician opinion leader intervention, (b) a "narrative process trace" physician feedback intervention, or (c) the combined intervention (a + b), are no more effective than (d) usual care in improving the clinical care of adult patients with type 2 diabetes.

The Impact of Starbright World on Children Being Treated at the NIH

This study seeks to evaluate the impact of Starbright World (SBW) on hospitalized children. SBW is a virtual environment designed to link seriously ill children into an interactive online community where they can play games, learn about their condition, or talk with other ill children who are connected to the network. Our outcome evaluation of SBW will include assessments of pain, mood (anxious, depressed and energetic), anger, loneliness, and willingness to return to the NIH...

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Feasibility and Efficacy of Delivering Blood Glucose Awareness Training Over the Internet

BGATHome is an interactive, web-based training program designed to improve the ability of adults with Type 1 Diabetes to recognize, predict, treat, and avoid extreme blood glucose (BG) events. It was developed at the University of Virginia over the past 20 years with funding from the National Institutes of Health and the American Diabetes Association. BGATHome provides important knowledge about personal insulin use, food, and activity regimens that influence BG levels. Users of...

Topical Treatment of Recalcitrant Ulcerative Old World Leishmaniasis With WR 279,396

The primary objective of this protocol is to treat laboratory confirmed cutaneous leishmaniasis with WR 279,396 in military health care beneficiaries. In this study "cutaneous leishmaniasis" is defined as Old World Leishmaniasis if acquired in the Southwest Central Asia/Middle East,

A Study of TroVax Vaccine Given in Conjunction With IL-2 for Treatment of Stage IV Renal Cell Cancer

The purpose of this study is to test the safety of an investigational vaccine called TroVax when given in conjunction with Interleukin-2 (IL-2) treatment. TroVax is the experimental product in this trial and its value as a medicine has not yet been proven. Interleukin-2 (IL-2) is standard treatment for your cancer, which means that you could receive it even if you choose not to participate in this study. TroVax is being studied as a possible treatment for patients with cancer o...

Effectiveness of Combined Albendazole and Ivermectin Treatment for Intestinal Worm Infections

The aim of this study is to compare the efficacy and impact on growth of two drug treatments against intestinal worms in schoolchildren from a rural area of Guatemala. According to the World Bank, these intestinal worms are one of the top causes of childhood health problems in many areas of the developing world (The World Bank, 1993). Infected children are more likely to have inadequate nutrition due to the worm infections and are more likely to be shorter in height and weigh l...

iC9-GD2-CAR-VZV-CTLs/Refractory or Metastatic GD2-positive Sarcoma/VEGAS

PLEASE NOTE - THIS STUDY IS CURRENTLY ONLY RECRUITING PARTICIPANTS WITH OSTEOSARCOMA. The purpose of this study is to find the largest safe dose of GD2-T cells (also called iC9-GD2-CAR-VZV-CTLs), and additionally to evaluate if a VZV vaccine can improve the expansion and persistence of infused T cells, to learn what the side effects are, and to see whether this therapy might help patients with advanced sarcomas. Because there is no standard treatment for recurrent/refractory...

Opinion of Patients Under Treatment That Meets the Criteria of New Treatment Strategy According to GINA 2006

Cross-sectional, one visit study. All the data will be collected through questionnaires. Descriptives statistics will be applied to the data. 832 patients will participate to the study and 104 physicians.

World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule II (WHODAS-II) for Patients With Symptomatic Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

The main purpose of this study is to determine the measurement characteristics of WHODAS-II (World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule II), as well as to analyze its correlation with symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis (Visual Analog Scale, VAS), disability (Spanish version of the Roland Morris Questionnaire, RMQ), fear avoidance beliefs and attitudes (Spanish version of the FAB Questionnaire, FABQ), and quality of life (SF-12). Measurements will be taken at basel...

INSIGHT H1N1v Outpatient Study (FLU 002)

The "flu" is a common disease and usually mild but severe disease and deaths may occur. There are several types of flu viruses and they change over time. Recently, a new influenza A virus known commonly as swine flu or H1N1v has emerged. This flu has spread rapidly around the world. It is important to understand the course of illness for those who have H1N1v and the characteristics of people who do not do well. The investigators will also try to learn more about how differe...

Extension Program for Bay 43-9006

The study was designed to allow for the continuation of treatment with Sorafenib as a single agent to those patients who participated in a previous Sorafenib study that had reached its designated end-date and who were, in the opinion of the Investigator and the Sponsor, still benefiting from treatment.

The Effect of Smoking on Perception

The purpose of the experiment is to examine the effect of smoking on how individuals recognize and interpret sensory information.

Maraviroc Compassionate Use

The objective of this study is to provide Maraviroc on a compassionate use basis to antiretroviral treatment experienced patients infected with CCR5-tropic HIV-1 with urgent unmet medical needs and who, in the opinion of the physician, require Maraviroc to form a viable regimen.

Effects of Health Care Provider-mediated, Remote Coaching System Through the PDA-type Glucometer and the Internet on Diabetes Management

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of the new diabetes care delivery system applied to preexisting public health care resources through advanced information technologies such as PDA-type glucometer and the Internet on the glycemic control of type 2 diabetes patients lived in isolated rural area. The investigators conducted a prospective, randomized, controlled trial in patients with type 2 diabetes for 12 weeks. The intervention group was treated wit...

An Observational Registry Using Drug Eluting Stents (DES) in Patients in a Real-World Setting (DEScover Registry).

The DEScover Registry is designed to observe the results of using Drug Eluting Stents (DES) in patients in a real-world setting. The stents being observed are not investigational, that is, they have been approved for use in the general population.

Prognostic Markers of Gynecologic Cancers

This proposal seeks to retain "discard" pieces of human gynecologic tissues and "discard" ascites fluid collected during normal surgical procedures, along with corresponding blood samples and urine, for research involving prognostic markers of disease/cancer. The specific aims of the proposal include: 1. To collect "discard" pieces of benign, pre-malignant and malignant gynecologic tissues, "discard" ascites fluid and, when possible, corresponding blood and urine specim...


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