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Patterns of Care and Outcomes of Patients With METAstatic Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (METAGIST)

Gastro intestinal stromal tumors (GIST) are rare mesenchymal tumors of the gastrointestinal tract characterized by somatic mutations in the gene encoding the KIT or the PDGFR alpha protein1. Treatment of localized forms relies on adequate surgery without tumor spillage and systemic treatment with imatinib according to risk of relapse defined by localization, tumor size and mitotic count, as well as mutational status. Advanced and relapsing forms are currently treated with oral ...

Dutch National Prospective EMR Cohort

A Prospective Study: Longterm Follow Up until S2 (2nd surveillance) at 18 months after EMR for Large Flat/Sessile Colonic Polyps.

Pediatric Inpatient Firearms Study

There is currently no available data regarding using the inpatient setting as an opportunity to talk to parents/guardians about firearm safety. The investigators will be doing a pre-/post-intervention study to investigate the effect of an intervention (a 5.5 minute Be SMART video and written materials developed by the organization Everytown for Gun Safety), on parental/legal guardian knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding firearm safety. While the American Academy of Pedi...

Multi-National, Randomized, Phase III, GCIG Intergroup Study Comparing Pegylated Liposomal Doxorubicin (CAELYX) and Carboplatin vs. Paclitaxel and Carboplatin in Patients With Epithelial Ovarian Cancer in Late Relapse. (CALYPSO)

Multi-national, randomized, phase III, GCIG Intergroup study comparing pegylated liposomal Doxorubicin (CAELYX) and Carboplatin vs. Paclitaxel and Carboplatin in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer in late relapse. (CALYPSO)

Translational Health After School Program on Health-Related Knowledge/Behaviors and Exercise Perception

The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a translational health in nutrition and kinesiology (THINK) after school program on physical variables, nutrition and exercise knowledge base/behaviors, and exercise enjoyment and confidence. Partnering with the YMCA investigators in the Kinesiology and Sport Sciences department at the University of Miami will set up the after-school THINK program offered three afternoons per week for nine months in two experimental and two co...

Multi-National Phase III Vitala™ 12-Hour Wear Test

The purpose of this clinical study is to demonstrate that the Vitala™ Continence Control Device is both safe and effective when worn up to 12 hours per day.

Return to Work After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Background: Patients with mild traumatic brain injury can to some extend experience long-term physical, cognitive, social and behavioral deficits, which have serious implications for employment trajectories and financial independence. High socio-economic position such as income, level of education or employment before the accident have shown to affect return to work. Previously studies are typically self-report studies, and are often small and may suffer from selection b...

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Twin Study

To assess genetic effects on the variation of cardiovascular and pulmonary risk factors in a cohort of 514 pairs of white male veteran twins.

Phase 3 Trial of Litx™ Plus Chemotherapy vs. Chemotherapy Only Treating Colorectal Cancer Patients With Recurrent Liver Metastases

The purpose of the study is to assess the progression free survival and overall survival of patients treated with Litx™ + chemotherapy versus chemotherapy alone in the treatment of Colorectal Cancer with recurrent liver metastases, and to demonstrate the safety of Litx™ therapy. Litx™ consists of a light-activated drug, talaporfin sodium (LS11, Light Sciences Oncology, Bellevue, Washington), and a light generating device, composed of light-emitting diodes (LEDs), t...

High-Volume Plasma Exchange Versus Fractional Plasma Separation and Adsorption (Prometheus) in Patients With Acute Liver Failure

The study will be conducted on patients admitted to Department of Hepatology from Jan 2016 to Jan 2018 at Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences, New Delhi. Study group will comprise of patients with acute liver failure (ALF) who have no option for liver transplant (due to any reason) or have contraindications for liver transplant or have no prospective living donor and will be assessed for enrollment in the trial.

Physical Exercise and Contributors to Academic Performance Among Adolescents With ASD (Fit Club Study)

This study, Physical Exercise and Contributors to Academic Performance among Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), aims to expand our understanding of the impact of regular physical exercise on improvement in academic performance. The investigators will focus on the use of affordable, portable, and achievable interventions that can be easily shared and incorporated into other academic and home settings. The study will examine the use a regular vigorous exercise prog...

Clinical Sciences Research Proposal- The Effect of Physical Exercise on PCOS Overweight Female Adolescents

The Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), is one of the most common reasons for subfertility, oligomenorrhea and amenorrhea. With the occurrence of 6-20% of the general adult women population. One of the main criteria of this syndrome is a hyper androgenic state. More than 50% of women who have PCOS are overweight. In the teenage population, PCOS is common in 5-10% of teenage girls. A recent research has shown that elite athlete teenage girls have higher serum androgen levels, es...

National Survey on Hypertension at Hospital

To evaluate (with sufficient accuracy) the profile(demographic and clinical characteristics, health care management) of hypertensive patients seen in hospital out patient's department by a cardiologist or a nephrologists.

Reducing Disparities in Behavioral Health Treatment for Children in Primary Care

The purpose of this study is to address a decisional dilemma faced by health system officials, policy makers, and clinical leaders: "Does it make sense to integrate behavior therapy into primary care practice to treat children with ADHD from low-income settings? More specifically, does integrated care improve access to services and patient-centered outcomes for underserved children with ADHD?" Participants will be randomly assigned to one of two groups: Behavior therapy integra...

Randomized Cluster Trial on Innovative and Standard Strategies for Neonatal Resuscitation Training (RCPNEOPERU Project)

Background: About 10% of all newborns may have difficulty breathing and require support by trained personnel. In Peru, 90% of deliveries occur in health facilities; however there is not a national neonatal resuscitation and certification program for the public health sector. In addition, the Andes and the Amazon regions concentrate large rural remote areas, which further limit the implementation of training programs and the accomplishment of continuous certification. Neonatal r...

Study of Toddlers With Language Delay

The purpose of this study is to learn more about risk factors for autism by studying the behavior and brain functioning of toddlers with early communication delays and typically developing toddlers. Children 12 or 18 months of age with language delays (i.e., no words at 18 months, limited vocalizations at 12 months) and typically developing toddlers may be eligible to participate. This study will be conducted at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. There will be an in...

Lymphoma Follow-up

This follow-up protocol is designed to evaluate participants who have previously been lymphoma patients treated on approved clinical studies of the National Institutes of Health.

Safety and Immunogenicity of a Sabin Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine.

This study is a randomized, blinded and controlled phase II study to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of a Sabin Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine (sIPV) in Infants. A total of 600 infants aged 2 months (60~90 days) were randomized to receive five different vaccination regimens: three experimental groups (1, 2, and 3) received three doses of sIPV with high, medium, and low D antigen content, respectively, on the month 0,1,2 schedule; two control groups (4 and 5) received thr...

The Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention Based on Self-help for Sleep Hygiene Promotion on Patients With Insomnia

This plan will be implemented on the staff of the Qazvin University of Medical Sciences. The Insomnia Severity Index questionnaire will be used to screen for insomnia and low sleep health. This questionnaire is provided online to the staff through communication channels such as telegrams to help people who are interested in participating in this research. Individuals who scored more than 8 were randomly assigned to intervention and control groups and completed the Insomnia Inde...

National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP)

To serve as a focal point for bone-marrow research.

Validation of a Nutrient Profiling System for Reformulation

The objectives of the study are to assess the validity of Nestlé reformulation criteria in two national dietary surveys: the US NHANES 2011, and the French INCA2 2006-07.

'Keepin' It REAL in Mexico: An Adaptation and Multisite RCT Implementation of a Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum for Adolescents in Three Mexico Cities.

Sharp increases in substance use rates among youth in Mexico are a major concern, both in Mexico and the US. Although the Mexican government has elevated substance abuse prevention as a national priority, there are few school-based universal prevention programs to choose from that are culturally grounded, empirically tested, and shown to be efficacious. This study aims to address this gap by adapting, implementing, and testing the keepin' it REAL (kiR) prevention intervention i...

Metformin and Simvastatin Use in Bladder Cancer

A single arm, single center window of opportunity trial of using a combination of metformin and simvastatin as a neoadjuvant treatment for patients with muscle invasive bladder cancer who are to undergo cystectomy. The study will assess the feasibility of conducting window of opportunity trials in muscle invasive bladder cancer the drug combination's affects on a variety of important clinicopathologic variables. The goal is to enroll 44 patients within 18 months. An interim an...

Classification of Cerebral Palsy Subtypes

This study, conducted at the National Institutes of Health and the Children's National Medical Center, will evaluate how well different physicians agree in how they classify cerebral palsy subtypes based on patient examination. Cerebral palsy is divided into several subtypes, according to the primary underlying muscle abnormality and its distribution and severity. Classification of these subtypes is important for conducting rehabilitation research studies on patients with the s...

School Intervention Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyle Among Male Adolescent Students in King Faisal Residential City, Jeddah, Western Region, 2014-15

Through a cluster randomized control trial, 148 male adolescents' students were randomly assigned into either intervention group who received an educational program for two months (n=79), or control groups (n=69) who didn't attend the program. The principle outcomes were the changes in physical activities, consumption of healthy diet, sedentary life habits and anthropometric measurements. The outcomes of the intervention group were compared with their own baseline readings, as ...

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