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Modeling Clinical Failure in Prostate Cancer Patients Based on a Two-stage Statistical Model

Biomarker series can indicate disease progression and predict clinical endpoints. When a treatment is prescribed depending on the biomarker, confounding by indication might be introduced if the treatment modifies the marker profile and risk of failure. The two-stage model fitted within a Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo framework is particularly flexible to account for such data. Prostate-specific antigens in prostate cancer patients treated with external beam radiation thera...


Adoptive Transfer of Specific HCC Antigens CD8+ T Cells for Treating Patients With Relapsed/Advanced HCC

This study enrolls patients who have relapsed/advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC, BCLC stage C). The HCC tumor relapsed or metastasized through the body after standard treatment or the patients cannot receive standard treatment under current conditions. This research study uses specific HCC antigens CD8+ T cells, a new experimental treatment. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and tolerance as well as the potential clinical efficacy of an adoptive transfer...

Vaccination With Tumor mRNA in Metastatic Melanoma - Fixed Combination Versus Individual Selection of Targeted Antigens

vaccination protocol to induce specific immune responses against melanoma associated antigens by intradermal injections of mRNA coding for the corresponding antigen


Samples From Leukemia Patients and Their Donors to Identify Specific Antigens

The purpose of this project is to develop a process to identify highly personalized antigens that are uniquely expressed by the patient's own leukemia cells that can be used for cellular immune therapy.

Fluorescence-guided Resection in Breast Cancer

This is an explorative phase II study to investigate the suitability of PD L 506 in the specific intra-operative detection of breast tumour tissue.

Integrative Sequencing In Germline and Hereditary Tumours

This study will investigate the utility of integrative sequencing of individuals and families at risk of hereditary cancer syndromes and will uncover novel contributors to tumourigenesis. Integrative sequencing refers to: 1. Whole genome sequencing (WGS) of the germline (inherited) genome 2. Whole exome sequencing (WES) or targeted/panel sequencing of tumour(s) (somatic, tumour-specific mutations) 3. DNA methylation (methylome) analysis of tumour(s) ...

Study of T Specific Immune Response Against Delta-CD20 Peptide in Hematological Malignancies B

Cancer-specific splice variants gain significant interest as they generate neo-antigens, that could be targeted by immune cells. CD20, a membrane antigen broadly expressed in mature B cell lymphomas, is subject to an alternative splicing named Delta-CD20 leading to loss of membrane expression of the spliced isoform. The investigators group would now determine if it's possible, in patients with lymphoproliferative B, to detect the presence of a specific memory response to delta...

Adjuvant Gemcitabine in Operable Cholangiocellular Carcinoma.

OBJECTIVES Primary objective: The primary objective of the trial is to determine the safety of adjuvant treatment with gemcitabine for a period of 6 months after curative resection of cholangiocellular carcinoma Secondary objectives: Secondary objectives of the trial are to assess the feasibility and efficacy of the adjuvant therapy and to determine duration of response and patterns of failure compared to historical controls without postoperative treatment ...

Tumor-specific T Cells in Lung Cancer

Non-small cell lung cancer is characterized by aggressive growth and treatment resistance. New approaches include immunotherapeutic strategies but spontaneous immune responses against tumor antigens remain unclear. The aim of this study is to characterize localization and frequencies of spontaneously induced memory T cells specific for a panel of tumor-associated antigens in peripheral blood and bone marrow of non-small cell lung cancer patients.

Bivalent Vaccine With Escalating Doses of the Immunological Adjuvant OPT-821, in Combination With Oral ß-glucan for High-Risk Neuroblastoma

The purpose of this study is to test the safety and what effects, good and/or bad, treatment with a vaccine against neuroblastoma has on the patient and the cancer. In the first part of this study we found the highest dose of the vaccine that did not have too many side effects. We are now trying to find out what effects the vaccine has when given at the same dose to all patients. The main treatment in this protocol is a vaccine. It is called a " bivalent vaccine" which m...

Atovaquone as Tumour HypOxia Modifier

Solid tumours often have highly disorganised vasculature that results in low oxygenation. This combined with high metabolic rates leads to oxygen demand outstripping supply causing tumour hypoxia. Hypoxia drives multiple cellular processes involved in the hallmarks of cancer. Tumour hypoxia also decreases the effectiveness of anticancer treatments. This is especially true for patients treated with radiotherapy since it has been long recognised that hypoxic tumour cells require ...

The Usefulness of Staining Lymph Nodes During Operations for Cancer Thyroid in Detecting the Nodes That Have Cancer

Detection of lymph nodes starting to be involved by cancer spreading from the thyroid gland during operation is useful. It saves the patient from having a second operation to remove these nodes later on when they become obvious. The problem is that there are many lymph nodes around the gland. The theory is that only one node will get the first spill of the tumour cells. In this study the investigators are trying to use an inert colored material to inject into the tumour....

Interleukin-2 Following 4SCAR19/22 T Cells Targeting Refractory and/or Recurrent B Cell Malignancies

Clinical studies of CD19 CAR-T cells in the treatment of blood and lymphatic system tumors have achieved unprecedented successes. Because of the heterogeneity of the tumor, patients often carry CD19-negative tumor cell clones that express alternative target antigens (such as CD22, CD20 and CD123). In order to effectively eradicate all tumor clones and prevent recurrence, alternative tumor antigens besides CD19 are considered for CAR-T cell targeting. In this tudy, autologous T ...

4SCAR-IgT Against Glioblastoma Multiform

This study is for patients that have a type of brain cancer called Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). This study will combine two different ways to fight cancer: antibodies and CAR-T cells. Several immune checkpoint antibodies have been examined on various tumors with good outcomes. GBM is known to express increased levels of surface antigens that can be targeted by CAR-T cells. Thus, in this study, the 4SCAR-IgT cells targeting GBM surface antigens will be infused in dose escalati...

Transurethral En Bloc Versus Standard Resection of Bladder Tumour

Conventionally, transurethral standard resection (SR) of bladder tumour is performed in a piecemeal manner. Transurethral en bloc resection (EBR) has been described as an alternate surgical technique in bladder tumour resection. By preventing tumour fragmentation and ascertaining complete tumour resection by histological assessment of the EBR specimen, we hypothesized that EBR could reduce disease recurrence as compared to SR.

PET Imaging of High-grade Glioma Using 18F-fluoromethylcholine: a Tool for the Early Detection of Tumour Recurrence After Combined Radiochemotherapy?

The aim of the study is to define preferential sites of tumour recurrence by observing tracer uptake in the tumour in sequential PET images with 18F-fluoromethylcholine (and perfusion MR, see also below). Changes in the intensity of the tracer uptake in the tumour during and after the course of radiotherapy will be correlated with the site of tumour recurrence as will be assessed by conventional MRI. In due time, these results must enable clinicians to change their therapeutic ...

Rectal Study: Value of Repeated FDG-PET-CT Scans in Rectal Cancer

To investigate the evolution of the 18F-deoxyglucose (FDG) uptake and the tumour characteristics determined in the plasma of patients with rectal cancer during and after radiotherapy or combined radiotherapy and chemotherapy. The changes of the FDG uptake of the primary tumour and the evolution of key tumour characteristics during radiotherapy alone or in combination with chemotherapy will be predictive for the pathological tumour response. Study hypothesis The changes ...

Dose-escalation Study of LTX-315 in Patients With a Transdermally Accessible Tumour

The study will evaluate the safety profile for LTX-315 a lytic-peptide that has shown effect in animal models to kill cancer tumours when injected directly in to the tumour. The study will also monitor the immunological response in the body after injection of LTX-315.

Tumor Markers Study in Gastric Cancer for Cancer Immunotherapy (ONCO-RD 010 CRT)

Gastric cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths worldwide. Despite advances in therapeutic intervention, the mortality from this disease remains high. As a result, most patients are now offered varying combinations of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy in order to derive benefits from a multidisciplinary approach. Unfortunately, therapies are often toxic or debilitating and therapeutic responses can vary. Thus new therapeutic strategy is required ...

Administration of Autologous Dendritic Cells (DCs) Infected With an Adenovirus Expressing Her-2

We, the researchers at Hamilton Health Sciences, have developed a novel approach to cancer therapy using transfected dendritic cells (DCs) to generate enhanced immunity to defined tumor antigens. Dendritic cells are highly specialized antigen presenting cells found in the bone marrow, lymph nodes, skin and thymus. Infection of DCs with Adenovirus (Ad) vectors incorporating genes for defined tumor antigens enables intracellular expression and major histocompatability complex (M...

Optimizing the Delineation of the Tumour Bed in Breast Irradiation

The aim of the present study is: 1. to verify whether the delineation of the tumour bed, based on the combination of the visible postoperative changes and the position of the surgical clips on a CT scan in treatment position acquired 1 week before the start of the radiotherapy (RT), provides an accurate localisation of the boost volume compared to the localisation of the tumour on a pre-operative CT-scan. 2. to document the changes that occur in ...

Intra-Pelvic Organ Motion for Cervix Cancer Patient Using Imaging

Patients with cervix cancer having radiotherapy experience side-effects because the radiotherapy fields have to be quite large to account for tumour movement in the pelvis during treatment, this irradiates a lot of normal tissues. This study aims to characterize and model the tumour motion, as well as the motion of surrounding normal tissues, during treatment. By doing this, the investigators can look at ways to minimise tumour motion and spare more normal tissues. By tailoring...

Histoblood Group Antigens as a Risk Factor of Asthma

This study will evaluate the link between blood group antigens and asthma exacerbations.

Correlation Between Circulating Tumour Markers Early Variations and Clinical Response in First Line Treatment of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

The chemotherapy monitoring is currently based on radiological (RECIST 1.1 guideline) and clinical evaluation every 3 months. Circulating markers as Carcino Embryonic Antigen (CEA), circulating tumour DNA and total cell free DNA represent an alternative approach to evaluate the response. In the field of metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) recent studies suggest that early evaluation could be clinically relevant. Indeed, early tumoral response seems to be correlated to overall s...

Combination Transfer of αCD19-TCRz-41BB and αCD22-TCRz-41BB CAR-T Cells for B-cell Hematologic Malignancy

Clinical study of CD19 CAR-T in the treatment of blood and lymphatic system tumor has been achieved a breakthrough. The main solution in clinical research is to use CD19 CAR-T infusion alone. Because of the heterogeneity of the tumor, the patient often carries tumor cells with CD19 deficient but other positive target antigens (such as CD22). Specifically removal of CD19 positive tumor cells in CAR-T treatment, CD19 negative tumor cells or tumor cells which carry other target an...


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