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Effect of Dupilumab on Sleep Apnea in Patients With Rhinosinusitis

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common disorder with serious consequences that remains underrecognized, with >80% of OSA patients undiagnosed, and undertreated due to inadequate treatment options. The development of additional treatments for OSA, such as pharmacotherapy, are critically needed. The collaboration between Regeneron and Sanofi are funding this project. Regeneron will be providing the drug and the contract will be with Regeneron. Both companies are involved as i...


Partners Demonstration Project of PrEP and ART

The purpose of this protocol is to determine user preferences for antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV-1 infected partners and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) HIV-1 un-infected partners and to optimize targeted delivery and sustained use of these interventions.

Teachers and Parents as Partners During Middle School

There are two aims of this study (a) to examine the effect of Teachers and Parents as Partners on student, parent, and teacher outcomes in middle school and (b) identify barriers and facilitators to implementing Teachers and Parents as Partners in middle school for students with behavior concerns.


Teachers and Parents as Partners During Middle School RCT

There are two aims of this study (a) to examine the effect of Teachers and Parents as Partners on student, parent, and teacher outcomes in middle school and (b) identify barriers and facilitators to implementing Teachers and Parents as Partners in middle school for students with behavior concerns.

ID & Testing in Male Partners

This pilot study is a sub-study of ATN 067. ATN 067 utilizes a cross-sectional research design to recruit Latina and African American young women to undergo HIV screening. The primary goal of this proposed pilot study, ATN 084, is to explore the feasibility and acceptability of index female recruiters identifying and recruiting their past and present male sexual partners to undergo HIV screening and complete a one-time ACASI interview. In addition, the study will also include f...

A Case Control Study of Women With Multiple Sexual Partners

Both population based surveys and more focused research studies indicate that increased numbers of sexual partners and partner concurrency contribute to increased risk for acquisition of sexually transmitted infection (STI), including HIV infection. However, unlike for men, both national and sub-population-based studies consistently find that the great majority of women with or without STIs report only 1-2 sex partners in the preceding year and that a minority of women acknowle...

Couple-Based Meditation for Metastatic Lung Cancer Patients and Their Partners

The goal of this behavioral research study is to learn the opinion of patients and their partners about a couple-based meditation program. Researchers also want to learn the effect of this program on fatigue, distress, sleep quality, and quality of life. Researchers also want to learn about the opinions of patients and their partners who take part in a cancer-related discussion session.

Safety Study to Determine the Appropriate Dose of Antibody Against Tumor Cells to Best Target Patients With Pancreatic Cancer.

This no treatment research study is being done to find a safe and an appropriate dose of antibody (protein) against tumor cells to best target the cancer in people with pancreatic cancer. To do this, this no-treatment research study will compare two doses of an antibody called hPAM4 IgG when combined with a radioactive element, Indium-111.

Treatment for Men Who Are Abusive to Their Partners

This study will develop an individual behavior therapy for men who are violent toward their partners and will compare the therapy to standard group treatment.

Proactively Increasing Preparedness Through a Website

Partners of patients with advanced cancer often take a great responsibility for the patient's care. They are often unprepared for a situation where they are faced both with the role as caregivers and with the patient's impending death. This project has a randomized controlled design and holds significant research questions on how to implement a web-based intervention and make it easily available to all those in need and prevent negative consequences related to caregiving and th...

Resilience-Based Program for Support Partners of Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

This is a pilot feasibility study to examine the impact of providing a non-therapeutic resilience-based coaching telehealth program to the Support Partners (SP) of persons with MS (PwMS). Cognitive difficulties are a prominent feature in PwMS and prove to be a challenge for PwMS and the close family members that care for them. This study is a pilot telehealth program that aims to address these needs and improve the overall well-being of adults with MS and their Support P...

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Improving Well-Being in Patients With Stage III-IV Cancer and Their Partners

This pilot clinical trial studies how well acceptance and commitment therapy works in improving well-being in patients with stage III-IV cancer and their partners. Learning how to accept negative thoughts and feelings and how to live in the present without worrying about the future or past may improve coping skills in patients with stage III-IV cancer and their partners.

Partners Calciphylaxis Biobank

Calciphylaxis, a vascular calcification disorder, is a rare and serious disorder characterized by calcification of dermal arterioles. There are significant gaps in the understanding of the pathophysiology and risk factors for calciphylaxis. At present, there is no effective treatment. Uncertain pathobiology, rare incidence and lack of collaborative approach have been some of the major limiting factors towards treating calciphylaxis. The Partners Calciphylaxis Bioreposit...

Communication and Intimacy-Enhancing Therapy for Men With Early Stage Prostate Cancer and Their Partners

RATIONALE: Participating in a therapy program may enhance communication and intimacy between men with prostate cancer and their partners. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well therapy enhances communication and intimacy for men with early stage prostate cancer and for their partners.

Web-based Genetic Research on Lupus

The goal of this new lupus research study is two-fold: first, to understand the genetic associations found between people's DNA and this disease, and second, to apply this understanding to drug development efforts with the investigator's partners at Pfizer.

Activated T Cells Armed With GD2 Bispecific Antibody in Children and Young Adults With Neuroblastoma and Osteosarcoma

The investigators have found in the previous research that the investigators can coat (arm) T cells with a special molecule called GD2 bispecific antibody that will help T cells recognize neuroblastoma and osteosarcoma cells and kill them. This bispecific antibody recognizes GD2, a protein found on almost all neuroblastoma and osteosarcoma cells. The investigators put the GD2 bispecific antibody on T cells and give large numbers of these T cells back to patients. The investigat...

An Online Dyadic Mind-Body Intervention for Glioma Patients and Their Partners

The goal of this research study is to learn if a couple-based mind-body program can be used during treatment for brain cancer and to learn the opinion of patients and their partners about the program. A partner must be available and willing to take part in this study with you in order for you to take part in this study. Researchers also want to learn if and how this program affects your spiritual well-being, sleep difficulties, depressive symptoms, and overall quality of life.

Improving Diabetes Outcomes: a Couples Intervention

Research has shown that diabetes affects both the patient and family, and that support from family and partners helps diabetes patients manage their illness better. However, diabetes programs rarely involve the partner. This is a study to develop and test an intervention that helps partners and patients who have type 2 diabetes better support each other. The intervention will be delivered over the telephone to reach more people. Our hypothesis is that an intervention that targe...

Intervention to Assist MSM Disclose HIV Status to Casual Sex Partners

Men who have sex with men (MSM) remain disproportionately represented in the national HIV/AIDS statistics. Little progress has been made in understanding the nuances of MSM sexual behavior or communication that may be perpetuating the spread of HIV. Non-disclosure of an HIV-positive status may be a key factor responsible for male-male HIV transmission. There are no known intervention programs whose primary focus is to help MSM develop requisite skills to disclose their status t...

The Use of HIV Self-tests to Promote Partner and Couples Testing: a Randomized Trial

This randomized controlled trial will explore whether the provision of oral HIV self-test kits to women can increase HIV testing among their male partners. The study will recruit adult women from antenatal care and post-partum clinics in Kisumu. Each participant will be randomized to either receive two HIV self-tests or to receive counseling referring their partner to HIV testing (standard of care). Over a 3 month period, we will obtain information from study participants on ho...

Feasibility of Partners in Care Program for Caregivers of Patients With Acute Myeloid Leukemia

This trial studies the feasibility of delivering the Partners in Care Program to caregivers of patients with acute myeloid leukemia. Psychological counseling interventions, such as the Partners in Care Program, may help to improve caregivers' psychosocial functioning, marital adjustment in the context of the cancer, communication, and support skills to the patient.

Diabetes Support Project: Couples Intervention

Research has shown that diabetes affects both the patient and family, and that support from family and partners helps diabetes patients manage their illness better. However, diabetes programs rarely involve the partner. The purpose of this study is to test an intervention that helps partners and patients who have type 2 diabetes better support each other. The intervention will be delivered over the telephone to reach more people. Our hypothesis is that an intervention that ...

Goals of Sexual Function in Prostate Cancer Survivors and Their Partners After Cancer Treatment

RATIONALE: Gathering information about survivors of prostate cancer and their partners may help doctors learn more about the goals for sexual functioning after cancer treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying the goals of sexual functioning in prostate cancer survivors and their partners after cancer treatment.

JCV Antibody Program (STRATIFY-1)

Study conducted to define the prevalence of Serum JC Antibody in relapsing MS patients receiving Tysabri or being considered for such treatment. Analytically validate the JCV antibody assay in a plasma matrix.

Watchful Living: A Lifestyle Intervention for Black Prostate Cancer Patients on Active Surveillance and Their Partners

The goal of this study is to learn if a social support lifestyle intervention (called Watchful Living) can help African American prostate cancer patients and their partners improve their quality of life, physical activity, diet, and inflammation. This is an investigational study. Up to 80 participants (40 patients and their partners) will be enrolled in this part of the study. All will take part at MD Anderson.


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