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SORD-BILL Vs Conventional Options During Sacral Colpopexy for POP

This prospective randomized pilot study is aimed to verify if the operative time of a standard laparoscopic sacral colpopexy associated to subtotal hysterectomy for the treatment of POP could be further reduced using PKS BILL: bipolar laparoscopic loop (a laparoscopic loop using advanced bipolar energy) (Olympus Medical Systems Corp, Tokyo) and PKS PlasmaSORD (Solid Organ Removal Device) vs. conventional monopolar hook and conventional mechanic morcellator.


Dose Escalation Trial of WT1-Sensitized T Cells for Residual or Relapsed Leukemia After Allogeneic Hematopoietic Progenitor Cell Transplantation

This study will test the safety of giving you specialized white cells from your donor. They are called WT1 sensitized T cells. They have been grown in the lab and are immunized against a protein. The protein is called the Wilms' tumor protein, or WT1. Your leukemic cells make too much of this protein. We want to learn whether the WT1 sensitized T cells will attack the protein and kill the leukemia cells.

Trial of Donor T Cells Sensitized With Pentadecapeptides of the CMV-PP65 Protein for the Treatment of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infections Following Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplants

The purpose of this study is to test the safety of a transfusion of specialized white cells from your transplant donor's blood, called T cells, that have been grown and immunized against the CMV virus in the test tube. It is called a phase I trial because phase I trials are designed to test the safety of different doses of an experimental treatment. We want to find out what effects, good and/or bad, a dose/doses of these immune T cells will have on you and your CMV infection. ...


Effectiveness of the TB Contact Priority Model

The broad purpose of this project, proposed by investigators at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the State of Alabama Department of Public Health, is to use a behaviorally focused education that has been proven effective to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of the contact investigation process. The behaviorally focused intervention will focus on enabling public health workers to understand and implement a recently published model of TB transmission.

Phenylalanine Requirements in Healthy Pregnant Women

Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that people need to obtain in their diets. Amino acids are the building blocks for protein, which is required to form tissues in the body. It is well known that pregnant women require more protein in their diets, but the exact amount for each amino acid is undetermined. To find out how much of phenylalanine pregnant women require, the investigators plan to study pregnant women in early and late gestation with a modern minimally invasive ...

Noninferiority Trial of Liquid Human Milk Fortifier (HMF) Hydrolyzed Protein Versus Liquid HMF With Supplemental Liquid Protein

Breast milk is readily accepted as the ideal source of nutrition for almost all infants, including premature or very low birth weight infants. However, these high-risk infants require the addition of fortifiers to their milk in order to achieve sufficient levels of calories, vitamins, and minerals for adequate growth. We are currently using a liquid human milk fortifier which does not provide sufficient protein intake, requiring addition of a liquid protein supplement. A new pr...

Immunization With NY-ESO-1 Protein Combined With CpG 7909 in Patients With Prostate Cancer

This is an open-label, fixed-dose study of immunization with NY-ESO-1 protein combined with CpG as adjuvant in patients with high-risk stage D1 or advanced prostate cancer Eligible patients will receive vaccinations consisting of 100µg NY-ESO-1 protein combined with 2.5mg CpG administered intradermally every 3 weeks for 4 doses.

Reducing Disparities in Rural Advanced Cancer Patients and Caregivers

The Purpose of this project is to implement ENABLE (Educate, Nurture, Advise, Before Life Ends) at four community cancer practices that have a high percentage of rural and/or medically-underserved patients diagnosed with advanced cancer and their family caregivers. The ENABLE principal investigator (PI) and the Coordinating Center team are located at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Site teams are - Spartanburg SC/Gibbs Cancer Center, Birmingham VA Medical Center,...

Determining Total Aromatic Amino Acid Requirements in Pregnant Women

Phenylalanine and tyrosine are aromatic amino acids that people need to obtain in their diets. Amino acids are the building blocks for protein, are are therefore required to form tissues in the body. It is well known that pregnant women require more protein in their diets, but the exact amount for each amino acid is undetermined. To find out how much of phenylalanine and tyrosine pregnant women require, the investigators plan to study pregnant women in early and late gestation ...

The Effect of Natural Protein vs. Protein Supplements on Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

This study is a prospective open label clinical trial comparing serum albumin levels and total protein intake in the peritoneal dialysis patient population. A total of 60 patients were enrolled, 16 chose to be in the natural food group and 44 in the supplement group. 4 were lost to follow-up in the supplement group leading to an n of 40. Both groups were educated by dietitians on how to increase their protein intake to a goal of 1.4g/kg/day. The groups were followed for 3 month...

Effect of Short-term Oxygen During CPET in GUCH

In a randomized, sham-controlled trial the investigators will test whether supplemental oxygen given during cardiopulmonary exercise testing will improve exercise performance and physiological parameters in patients with grown-up congenital heart disease.

Role of Dietary Protein Intake in Elderly Adults

The investigators examined the effects of dietary protein intake in a mixed meal at two levels of protein amount on whole body protein metabolisms in older adults.

Enhanced Satiety With Pork Products Containing Dietary Fibre

A randomized cross-over meal study will investigate the effects of protein quality and a combination of dietary fibre and protein on appetite regulation. The study will use basic measures of ad libitum energy intake and visual-analogue scales of appetite (study A). A sub-study (study B) will additionally include blood collection from 15 of the 40 participants to investigate biological markers targeted satiety. The study days will be conducted at least one week apart to elimin...

Replacing Protein Via Enteral Nutrition in a Stepwise Approach in Critically Ill Patients

In this study, we will explore the feasibility of doing a randomized controlled trial in our Intensive care department, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Riyadh which will test a two-step approach to protein intake in which moderate amount is given in the first 5 days followed by a step-up to higher protein (with supplementation of whey protein) compared to continuation on moderate protein.

Alabama Community Healthy Marriage Initiative Evaluation Project for Couples

The Alabama Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Initiative (AHMREI), a large-scale partnership among Auburn University and 9 additional implementation partners at Family Resource Centers, implements multiple program activities that respond to family needs and integrate comprehensive services to promote healthy marriages and relationships, as authorized by the Claims Resolution Act of 2010 (Pub. L. 111-291). The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of two se...

Recombinant EphB4-HSA Fusion Protein and Pembrolizumab in Treating Patients With Metastatic or Recurrent Urothelial Cancer That Is Refractory to Certain Chemotherapy Drugs

This phase II trial studies how well recombinant EphB4-HSA fusion protein and pembrolizumab work in treating patients with urothelial (bladder) cancer that has spread from the primary site to other places in the body or has come back and does not respond to certain chemotherapy drugs. Combinations of biological substances in recombinant EphB4-HSA fusion protein may be able to carry tumor-killing substances directly to urothelial cancer cells. Monoclonal antibodies, such as pemb...

Pilot Testing a Behavioral Intervention to Incorporate Advances in HIV Prevention for Black Young MSM in Alabama

The overall goal of this 5-year Mentored Research Scientist Development K01-Award is to support Henna Budhwani, PhD, MPH to become an independent implementation science investigator in the field of HIV prevention. The proposed project seeks to address the HIV crisis in Alabama, where rates of undiagnosed HIV in black young men who have sex with men (YMSM, 18-29 years) exceed 20%. This project will adapt and test a behavioral intervention to promote HIV rapid testing in the comm...

Breast Cancer, Breast Disease, and Pesticides

This study will collect information on the height and weight of women who participated in a 1998 study in Triana, Alabama, on the risk of breast cancer and benign breast disease in relation to environmental exposure to the pesticide DDT and similar chemicals. This additional information is needed to calculate the participants' body mass index (BMI), which is required for completing analysis of the data. The 1998 study-a collaborative effort of the National Cancer Institute, th...

Pilot Feasibility Study of Sipuleucel-T vs. Sipuleucel-T and Low-protein Diet in Patients With Metastatic mCRPC

This is a single-center, randomized, open-label study to assess the feasibility of a low-protein diet intervention in patients with metastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC) who are receiving treatment with sipuleucel-T. Subjects will be randomized (1:1 ratio) to either Arm 1 or Arm 2 (Fig. 1). Arm 1: Subjects randomized to Arm 1 will be treated with sipuleucel-T infusion on Day 1, every two weeks for a total of three infusions. Subjects on this arm will receive a c...

Barley Protein and CVD

The Question posed is: Does an barley protein concentrate have health benefits similar to those demonstrated for soy protein foods which would justify the use of the non-fiber components of barley as functional food ingredients? Hypotheses: 1. Cholesterol Lowering: There is good evidence indicating that soy protein lowers serum cholesterol levels. The evidence was strong enough for a health claim for coronary heart disease risk reduction to be approved by the FDA. In additio...

Dietary Protein Requirement of Elderly Men and Women

The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of age on the estimated average requirement and adequate allowance for dietary protein.

Study to Evaluate the Protective Effect of α-Keto Acid With Low-protein Diet on Renal Function in PD Patients

This randomized, open-label, prospective study will evaluate the renal effective effect of compound α-Keto Acid plus low protein diet in PD Patients.

In Vitro Human Embryo Culture System

The purpose of this study is to compare the development of human embryos grown in a conventional culture dish to those grown in a new embryo culture device known as the SMART System.

Improving Thinking in Everyday Life: Pilot Study A

This is a pilot study at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The purpose of this initial study is to test how effective a new therapy is for improving participants ability to think, particularly how rapidly they process information that they receive from their senses, e.g., sight, hearing,… . The study will also test whether the new therapy improves how often and how well they are able to carry out tasks that rely on thinking in their daily life. The therapy will combine...

Study of Pemetrexed for Second-Line Pancreas Cancer

This study is for patients with pancreatic cancer that has grown and/or spread after having previously received the standard chemotherapy drug called gemcitabine. In this study a drug called pemetrexed is being tested. This drug is approved by the FDA for use in lung cancer and mesothelioma. The purpose of this study is to see if pemetrexed keeps pancreas cancer that has grown and/or spread after gemcitabine from growing. Subjects will receive pemetrexed IV once every 21 day...


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