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A Demographic Analysis of Racial/Ethnic Minority Enrollment Into HVTN Preventive Early Phase HIV Vaccine Clinical Trials Conducted in the United States, 2002-2016.

Racial/ethnic minority communities in the United States are overrepresented among new HIV diagnoses, yet their inclusion in preventive HIV vaccine clinical trials is inadequate. An analysis of enrollment demographic characteristics from US preventive HIV vaccine clinical trials from 1988 through 2002 showed that enrollment of racial/ethnic minority groups increased. We analyzed enrollment in preventive HIV vaccine clinical trials from 2002 through 2016 and compared our data with data from the previous study...

Enrollment on clinical trials does not improve survival for children with acute myeloid leukemia: A population-based study.

It is questionable whether enrollment on clinical trials offers any survival advantage at the population level over standard-of-care treatment. The objectives of this study were to describe the impact of trial enrollment on event-free survival and overall survival in pediatric acute myeloid leukemia (AML) using the Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) database.

Multiple Biomarker Testing Tissue Consumption and Completion Rates With Single-gene Tests and Investigational Use of Oncomine Dx Target Test for Advanced Non-Small-cell Lung Cancer: A Single-center Analysis.

First-line targeted therapies have been developed for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC). However, small biopsy samples pose a challenge to testing all relevant biomarkers. The present study characterized clinician-ordered single-gene lung cancer testing and evaluated tissue stewardship and the ability to successfully determine mutation status with single-gene testing or investigational use of the Oncomine Dx Target Test.

A prospective comparison of cancer clinical trial availability and enrollment among adolescents/young adults treated at an adult cancer hospital or affiliated children's hospital.

Low cancer clinical trial (CCT) enrollment may contribute to survival disparities affecting adolescents and young adults (AYAs) (ages 15-39 years). The objective of this study was to evaluate whether differences in CCT availability related to treatment site could explain the low CCT enrollment.

Minority recruitment trends in phase III prostate cancer clinical trials (2003-2014): progress and critical areas for improvement.

U.S. minority groups have been historically underrepresented in phase III prostate cancer clinical trials despite often having higher risk disease. This study analyzes enrollment trends of major U.S. racial/ethnic groups in phase III prostate cancer trials between 2003-2014 compared to Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) incidence data.

Extemporaneous Preparation Strategy for Early Phase Clinical Studies.

Extemporaneous preparations (EPs) of investigational drugs, which are compounded at the clinical study site by a pharmacist, are being increasingly used in early phase clinical studies to accelerate the development of new medicines. The successful application of EP strategies in clinical studies requires 'fit-for-purpose' formulation design and preparation processes, as well as administration procedures that are safe, flexible, cost-effective, and simple to adapt by a compounding pharmacist at the clinical ...

Investigational luteinizing hormone releasing hormone (LHRH) agonists and other hormonal agents in early stage clinical trials for prostate cancer.

The treatment and management of prostate cancer continues to evolve; newer classes of agents and combination therapies are being developed and some are being investigated in early phase clinical trials. Areas covered: We discuss investigational hormonal agents for the treatment of prostate cancer and focus primarily on luteinizing hormone releasing hormone (LHRH) agonists in early stage trials. We look at agents that target the hormonal axis, including anti-androgens, gonadotropins, estrogenic agents and pr...

Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Programs: Announcement of the Extension of Temporary Moratoria on Enrollment of Part B Non-Emergency Ground Ambulance Suppliers and Home Health Agencies in Designated Geographic Locations. Extension of temporary moratoria.

This document announces the extension of statewide temporary moratoria on the enrollment of new Medicare Part B non-emergency ground ambulance providers and suppliers and Medicare home health agencies and branch locations in Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Texas, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, as applicable, to prevent and combat fraud, waste, and abuse. This extension also applies to the enrollment of new non- emergency ground ambulance suppliers and home health agencies and branch locations in Medicaid and ...

A comparison between phase-III trials and a phase-IV study of nalmefene in alcohol use disorder patients. Is there a difference?

Concerns regarding the external validity of phase-III trials are common to many medical disciplines, with relevant discrepancies found between experimental and clinical samples in some diseases such as hypertension. The aim of this study was to compare the samples included in the pivotal, phase-III clinical trials of nalmefene with that of a recently conducted phase-IV trial. Baseline characteristics of the studies were compared through univariate analysis. Significant differences were found in the percenta...

Investigational therapies in phase II clinical trials for the treatment of soft tissue sarcoma.

Soft-tissue sarcomas (STS) are a heterogeneous group of diseases that are characterized by a historic lack of active treatment options. However, several new drugs and indications have become available in recent years. Areas covered: This article reviews the most relevant phase II studies that utilize chemotherapy agents (aldoxorubicin, amrubicin, trabectedin alone or in combination with doxorubicin, and gemcitabine plus docetaxel), targeted therapies (Imatinib, dasatinib, regorafenib, tivozanib, palbociclib...

Increased clinical trial enrollment among adolescent and young adult cancer patients between 2006 and 2012-2013 in the United States.

Stagnant outcomes for adolescents and young adults (AYAs) 15-39 years of age with cancer are partly attributed to poor enrollment onto clinical trials. Initiatives have focused on increasing accrual, but changes at the population-level are unknown. We examined patterns of clinical trial participation over time in AYA patients with cancer.

Survival outcome and prognostic model of patients with colorectal cancer on phase 1 trials.

Background Patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) who progress on standard therapies may be eligible for phase I trials. To better delineate the risk-benefit ratio, we assessed toxicities, clinical outcomes and prognostic factors. Methods Records of mCRC patients on phase I trials at our institution over 18 years were reviewed. Univariable (UVA) and multivariable analyses (MVA) were undertaken and a prognostic model developed. Results There were 187 enrollments on 37 phase I trials. Median age w...

A phase I study of the farnesyltransferase inhibitor Tipifarnib in combination with the epidermal growth factor tyrosine kinase inhibitor Erlotinib in patients with advanced solid tumors.

Introduction Based on preclinical cytotoxic synergy between tipifarnib and erlotinib, a phase I study of this combination was conducted in patients with advanced solid tumors to evaluate safety, tolerability, maximum tolerated dose (MTD) and preliminary evidence of efficacy. Methods Patient enrollment followed the traditional "3 + 3" dose escalation scheme, through 4 dose levels, ranging from tipifarnib 200 mg twice daily plus erlotinib 75 mg once daily to tipifarnib 300 mg twice daily plus erlotinib 150...

Assessment of the Perceived Acceptability of an Early Enrollment Strategy Using Advance Consent in Health Care-Associated Pneumonia.

Better treatment options are needed in life-threatening infections, including health care-associated pneumonia. Enrolling patients in antibacterial clinical trials before diagnosis may circumvent existing time-to-enrollment constraints. However, the acceptability of an early enrollment strategy using advance consent is unknown.

Immunogenicity and safety of an investigational tetravalent recombinant subunit vaccine for dengue: results of a Phase I randomized clinical trial in flavivirus-Naïve adults.

There is an unmet medical need for vaccines to prevent dengue. V180 is an investigational recombinant subunit vaccine that consists of truncated dengue envelope proteins (DEN-80E) for all 4 serotypes. Three dosage levels of the tetravalent DEN-80E antigens were assessed in a randomized, placebo-controlled, Phase I dose-escalation, first-in-human proof-of-principle trial in healthy, flavivirus-naïve adults in Australia (NCT01477580). The 9 V180 formulations that were assessed included either ISCOMATRIX™ a...

A study of 1088 consecutive cases of electrolyte abnormalities in oncology phase I trials.

The incidence and clinical significance of electrolyte abnormalities (EAs) in phase I clinical trials are unknown. The objective of this study is to evaluate the incidence and severity of EAs, graded according to CTCAE, v4.03, to identify variables associated with EAs and their prognostic significance in a phase I population.

Investigational small molecules in phase II clinical trials for the treatment of epilepsy: cannabidivarin, selurampanel (BGG492) and ganaxolone.

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that significantly impacts the quality of life of the affected person and affects approximately 70 million people globally. Despite advances in research, nearly a third of patients have refractory or pharmacoresistant epilepsy. Even though numerous antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) have been approved over the past decade, there are no agents that halt the development of epilepsy. Thus, new and improved AEDs to prevent refractory seizures and modify the disease are necessary. Are...

Sex Bias in Interventional Clinical Trials.

Prior studies have shown that sex bias exists with subject enrollment in clinical trials, with more men being enrolled than women. The objective of this study was to identify if sex bias continues to exist in present day clinical trials entered into . We hypothesize that males and females are not equally represented in recent clinical trials.

The association between medicare accountable care organization enrollment and breast, colorectal, and prostate cancer screening.

Despite the rapid diffusion of accountable care organizations (ACOs), the effect of ACO enrollment on cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship remains unknown. The objective of this study was to determine whether Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) ACO enrollment was associated with changes in screening for breast, colorectal, and prostate cancers.

Dynamic features of tumefactive demyelinating lesions in different clinical stages by contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging.

To explore the dynamic features of tumefactive demyelinating lesions (TDLs) in different clinical stages by contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Thirty-five patients with TDLs proven by pathological studies were prospectively recruited from January 2015 to January 2017.Brain contrast-enhanced MRI of the patients in different clinical stages including acute phase, subacute phase and chronic phase were completed after enrollment.The characteristics of contrast-enhanced MRI in different clinica...

A Phase 1 Study of MEDI3902, an Investigational Anti-Pseudomonas aeruginosa PcrV and Psl Bispecific Human Monoclonal Antibody, in Healthy Adults.

MEDI3902 is a bivalent, bispecific human immunoglobulin G1κ monoclonal antibody that binds to both the Pseudomonas aeruginosa PcrV protein involved in host cell cytotoxicity and the Psl exopolysaccharide involved in P. aeruginosa colonization and tissue adherence. MEDI3902 is being developed for the prevention of nosocomial P. aeruginosa pneumonia in high-risk patients.

Ensuring Justice in Access to Investigational Neurological Drugs.

Patients who suffer from life-threatening illnesses or are stricken with conditions that could result in serious morbidity who have exhausted all appropriate treatments may choose to try, through the Food and Drug Administration's expanded access program, an investigational drug or device in development. The program has succeeded for decades in allowing patients to access potentially helpful but still experimental agents. Nevertheless, the administration of investigational drugs outside of clinical trials r...

Statistical justification of expansion cohorts in phase 1 cancer trials.

Phase I cancer trials increasingly incorporate dose-expansion cohorts (DECs), reflecting a growing demand to acquire more information about investigational drugs. Protocols commonly fail to provide a sample-size justification or analysis plan for the DEC. In this study, we develop a statistical framework for the design of DECs.

Phase I and phase II clinical trials for the treatment of male sexual dysfunction - A systematic review of the literature.

Introduction - The prevalence of sexual dysfunctions has increased over the last decades; despite a number of available treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED), premature ejaculation (PE) and Peyronie's disease (PD), still several unmet therapeutic needs deserve to be fulfilled. The aim of this review is to detail on phase I and II clinical trials investigating novel medical treatments for ED, PE and PD. Areas covered - We conducted a systematic review of the literature including both published and on-goin...

A Time-and-Motion Study of Clinical Trial Eligibility Screening in a Pediatric Emergency Department.

Challenges with efficient patient recruitment including sociotechnical barriers for clinical trials are major barriers to the timely and efficacious conduct of translational studies. We conducted a time-and-motion study to investigate the workflow of clinical trial enrollment in a pediatric emergency department.

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