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Screening HIV-Infected Patients for Vaccine Studies

This screening study will evaluate potential study volunteers with HIV infection to see if they are suitable candidates for trials of experimental vaccines against HIV (therapeutic), and against other infections (preventive). - Preventive vaccines against other infections. Preventive vaccines prevent a person from getting a disease. Preventive vaccines have been developed for many diseases, including, for example, whooping cough, measles, mumps, influenza, and h...


A Study to Test the Safety of Three Experimental HIV Vaccines

The purpose of this study is to test three experimental HIV vaccines. This study will look at whether it is safe to give these vaccines together and how the immune system responds to the vaccines. There are a number of studies being performed to test HIV vaccines. The vaccines that seem to be the most promising are canarypox vaccines, known as ALVAC vaccines. The three experimental HIV vaccines used in this study are called ALVAC-HIV vCP205, HIV-1 SF-2 p24, and HIV-1 S...

Safety and Immune Response Study of the Vaccine ALVAC vCP1452 Alone or in Combination With AIDSVAX B/B

The purpose of this study is to see if the vaccines tested are safe when given alone and when given together, and how the immune system responds to the vaccines. Vaccines are given to people to try to prevent an infection or disease. Early testing in a few people has shown that the HIV vaccines ALVAC vCP1452 and AIDSVAX B/B seem to be safe to use.


A Study of the Effectiveness of an HIV Vaccine (ALVAC vCP205) to Boost Immune Functions in HIV-Negative Volunteers Who Have Already Received an HIV Vaccine

The purpose of this study is to see if it is safe to give an HIV vaccine (vCP205) to volunteers who received an HIV vaccine at least 2 years ago, and to study how the immune system responds to this vaccine. Vaccines are given to people to try to resist infection or prevent disease. There are a number of different HIV vaccines that are currently being tested. The vaccines that seem to be the most promising are canarypox vaccines, known as ALVAC vaccines; the vaccine tested in ...

Non-Invasive Diagnostics of Small Renal Masses

NiSAR is a Ph.D. study and consists of three substudies. Renal cancer is one of the most deadly urologic malignancies and accounts for 900 new cases and 300 deaths per year. An increase in the use of imaging diagnostics has yielded a rise in the incidental detection of small renal masses (SRM), meaning tumors

The Effectiveness of Human Antibodies in Influencing an AIDS-Like Disease in Monkeys

The purpose of this study is to see if an investigational vaccine can make antibodies (proteins found in blood) in humans that will influence the course of an AIDS-like disease in monkeys. Hopefully, the results of this study can be applied to humans. AIDS, which is caused by infection with HIV, is associated with many deaths and occurrences of disease. Although recent advances have been made in anti-HIV therapy for AIDS, there is no cure for HIV infection or AIDS, and drug th...

World Maternal Antifibrinolytic Trial_2

Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is responsible for about 100,000 maternal deaths every year, almost all of which occur in low and middle income countries. When given within three hours of birth, tranexamic acid reduces deaths due to bleeding in women with PPH by almost one third. However, for many women, treatment of PPH is too late to prevent death and severe morbidities. Over one-third of pregnant women in the world are anaemic and many are severely anaemic. We now want to do th...

Sporozoite Challenge of Polyprotein Vaccinees

This study examines the ability of two new malaria vaccines (FP9-PP and MVA-PP) to prevent the development of malaria infection after controlled exposure to the parasite. Volunteers for this trial will have received these vaccines in the preceding trial VAC027.1.

Verbal Autopsy of Maternal Deaths, Stillbirths, and Neonatal Deaths in BetterBirth

The purpose of this study is to conduct Verbal Autopsies of deaths (maternal deaths, stillbirths and neonatal deaths together) identified in the BetterBirth trial to identify their potential causes, timing, and social determinants.

Safety and Effectiveness of Anti-HIV Vaccines in HIV-Negative Adults

The purpose of this study is to find out whether three different anti-HIV vaccines are safe and whether they help prevent HIV infection. These vaccines are called vCP205, vCP1433, and vCP1452. Some patients also receive another anti-HIV vaccine, gp160. The vaccines are made up of small pieces of HIV, which help the body learn to recognize and destroy HIV. You cannot get HIV from these vaccines. There are two different ways a vaccine can protect the body from infection. First, ...

Vaccination Study of Abatacept (BMS-188667) for Normal Healthy Volunteers

Study to assess the ability of healthy subjects to build anitbodies to tetanus and pneumococcal vaccines after receiving a single intravenous dose of Abatacept, a drug which is being developed for the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis and which can affect the immune system.

The DETECT Study: Discovery and Evaluation of Testing for Endometrial Cancer in Tampons

Background: Endometrial cancer is a common and deadly cancer for women. It is getting more common and deadly because risk factors like age and obesity are increasing. It is highly curable if it is identified early. But there may be no symptoms early or they may be missed. Also, this cancer is becoming more common and deadly for black women than white women. Researchers want to find better ways to take samples and test them for this cancer. They want to study this for a r...

A Study of the Immune Response to Vaccines and Ixekizumab (LY2439821) in Healthy Participants

The purpose of this study is to compare the body's immune response when vaccines are given alone versus when vaccines are given along with the study drug called ixekizumab. The vaccines protect against pneumonia and tetanus. This study will last about 6 weeks with follow-up at 12 weeks.

Maximizing HPV Vaccination: Real-time Reminders, Guidance, and Recommendations - Part 4: Feasibility Trial

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have potential to prevent an average of 26,900 cancer cases each year in the United States, but vaccine coverage rates remain low. The study team has developed an electronic application (app), Protect Me 4, to help parents and providers assess and have more productive conversations about needed vaccines. The specific aims of this study are to: (1) evaluate the feasibility of implementing Protect Me 4, and (2) estimate preliminary efficacy of...

Multicenter Pilot Study Evaluating the Immunogenicity of an Innovative Pneumococcal Vaccination Strategy in Splenectomized Adults

Evaluate the immunogenicity of an innovative pneumococcal vaccination strategy in splenectomized adults comprising 1 dose of Prevenar13® conjugate vaccine (PCV) at M0 followed by 1 dose of Pneumo23® or Pneumovax® polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV) at M6. Duration of follow-up of 36 months. The main endpoint will be the proportion of subjects responsive to 9 of the 13 serotypes common to the PCV and PPSV vaccines, selected because of their frequency in invasive infections i...

Safety Study of Four Candidate Influenza Vaccines to Prevent Influenza Disease in the Elderly Population

As influenza vaccine efficacy is reported to be lower in elderly subjects compared to healthy adults, probably as a result of immunosenescence, there is a desire to devise ways to increase the current vaccines efficacy for this target population. Adjuvants are known to boost immune responses, thus representing one way to increase the efficacy of the current GlaxoSmithKline Fluarix™ influenza vaccine in elderly subjects. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the immunogenic...

Adjuvanting Viral Vectored Malaria Vaccines With Matrix M

ChAd63 METRAP and MVA METRAP are investigational vaccines for malaria which have been studied in clinical trials for 4 years, and 10 years, respectively. These vaccines are inactivated viruses which have been modified so that they cannot reproduce in humans. Genetic information has been added to make them express proteins of the malaria parasite so that they stimulate an immune response against malaria. This trial examines whether a compound called Matrix M™ can be used in ef...

Comparison of Engerix B Vaccine Versus Sci-B-Vac Vaccine in Celiac Patients

Celiac disease and infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV) are very prevalent worldwide and carry a high morbidity rate. It has been recently shown that patients with celiac disease very often fail to develop immunity after standard vaccination for HBV during infancy. In this study, we will evaluate whether a second vaccination series with a different vaccine, Sci-B-Vac, results in a better immunological response in celiac patients. Eligible patients will be randomized to recei...

Vaccination With Tetanus and KLH to Assess Immune Responses.

The purpose of this study is to learn how the immune system works in response to vaccines. We will give the vaccines to subjects who have cancer but have not had treatment, and to patients who have had chemotherapy or stem cell transplant. Some patients will get vaccines while they are on treatments which boost the immune system (like the immune stimulating drug interleukin-2 or IL-2). Although we have safely treated many patients with immune boosting drugs, we do not yet kno...

Double-Blind Study of Safety and Immunogenicity of Two Candidate Malaria Vaccines in Gabonese Children

GSK Biologicals is developing a number of candidate malaria vaccines for the routine immunization of infants and children living in malaria-endemic areas. The candidate vaccines are designed to offer protection against malaria disease due to the parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Candidate vaccines containing the RTS,S antigen would also provide protection against infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV). This study will evaluate two candidate vaccines. The Protocol Posting has been...

Training Study to Characterize Biomarkers to Flu Vaccines

It is thought that vaccines trigger innate inflammatory responses to induce antigen-specific adaptive immunity (the desired effect), but excessive inflammation may lead to serious inflammatory complications or unwanted side effects. Currently there is a lack of reliable biomarkers (a measurable biological response that predicts something) able to predict severe inflammation and this has resulted in the development of several vaccines being terminated and the withdrawal of some...

Trial of the Impact of Vitamin A on Maternal Mortality

Main objectives: To evaluate the impact of weekly vitamin A supplementation (VAS) to women of reproductive age (15-45 years) on maternal mortality in rural Ghana, and to compare this with the impact on overall mortality. Hypotheses: 1. Weekly supplementation with vitamin A (7000 µg retinol equivalent [RE]) to reproductive age women will reduce maternal deaths by 33%. 2. This impact will be achieved by reductions in both pregnancy-related and non-pr...

An Investigational Combination Vaccine Given to People Who Are Not Infected With HIV

The purpose of this study is to see if the investigational vaccines NefTat and gp120w61d are safe and tolerable in humans and to see how the immune system responds to the vaccines. There have been advances in the treatment and prevention of HIV, but the spread of HIV/AIDS is getting worse. HIV/AIDS is the main infectious cause of death in the world. A vaccine to prevent HIV disease is the best way to try to deal with this situation. Several vaccine products have been tested, b...

Pharmacokinetic Parameters of Innovative Valganciclovir Versus Generic Valganciclovir

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the most common opportunistic viral pathogen in solid organ transplant receptors (SOTR). In Mexico, the experience using generic immunosuppressants have been demonstrated a wide variation in the pharmacokinetic parameters between generic and innovative formulation, resulting in a suboptimal absorption of the drug and reaching infratherapeutic trough levels in blood. In this study the investigators will compare the pharmacokinetic parameters of innovativ...

DC Vaccines Targeting HPV16/18 E6/E7 Protein to Regress CINI/CIN2

To establish therapeutic dendritic cell (DC) vaccines targeting HPV 16/18 E6/E7 protein to block the progression of CIN1/CIN2 to cervical cancer and evaluate the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.


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