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French National Registry of Rare Peritoneal Surface Malignancies

Despite advances in the management of and changes in clinical practice, little is known about the epidemiology, patterns of care and outcomes of rare peritoneal surface malignancies patients in France. In order to better understand the characteristics of rare peritoneal surface malignancies and to evaluate treatment strategies, the RENAPE registry aims at the collection of data from patients presenting with a rare peritoneal surface malignancy in France. Data will be ent...


The Community Youth Development Study: A Test of Communities That Care

The Community Youth Development Study is an experimental test of the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention planning system. It is designed to find out if communities that use the CTC system can improve the public health by reducing rates of adolescent drug use, delinquency, violence, and risky sexual behavior when compared to communities that do not use this approach.

Family-centered Obesity Prevention: Communities for Healthy Living (CHL)

The Communities for Healthy Living (CHL) program is a family-focused intervention to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors including diet and physical activity among children (age 3-to 5-years) and their families, enrolled in Head Start.


Persistence of Airway Inflammation and Remodeling in Subjects With Symptomatic or Complete Asthma Remission

This study aims at determining the patterns of asthma remission, the prevalence of these different patterns, the various factors associated with such remissions and possible recurrences of asthma, in order to determine the mechanisms involved in these processes. The investigators therefore want to document these specificities in subjects in complete remission of their asthma, and those in only symptomatic remission of their asthma, in comparison with mildly symptomatic asthmat...

Bronchoscopy With Bronchial Biopsies Sub-Study of: Persistence of Airway Inflammation and Remodeling in Asthma Remission

This study aims at determining the patterns of asthma remission, the prevalence of these different patterns and the various factors associated with such remissions and possible recurrences of asthma, in order to determine the mechanisms involved in these processes. We therefore want to document these specificities in studying biopsies of subjects in complete remission of their asthma and those in only symptomatic remission of their asthma, in comparison with mildly symptomatic...

Involvement of the Translation Initiation Factors in Resolution of Inflammation in the Elderly Population

Aging cause specific changes in the immune system. Processes like "immunoessence" and "inflammaging" offend the functioning of the immune cells and expose the elderly patient to infections that can lead to morbidity and death. Protein translation regulation offers a strategic advantage to the immune cells, because it enables rapid activation or termination of synthesis of specific proteins, required for inflammation or its resolution. Translation initiation depends on recruit...

Diagnostic Research in Patients With Rare Diseases - Solving the Unsolved Rare Diseases

The DiRiP study will enroll patients (n = 3500) with unclear rare diseases and suspected genetic reasons. In group 1 (n = 500) subjects are clinically characterized in the context of outpatient/ inpatient standard care at the UKT or cooperating location, NGS analyzes and other omics analyzes (transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics), functional cell biology studies will be performed. In group 2 diagnostics is already performed.

Registry for Patients With Lipodystrophy

Given the lack of knowledge on lipodystrophies, the medical and social responsibility for the persons affected by it calls for the monitoring of the progression over long periods of time. Sensible clinical and basic research into rare diseases such as lipodystrophy is only possible in multi-location networks with sufficient case numbers. Also, reliable information on the incidence of certain manifestation patterns, health status, etc. is of utmost importance for health care and...

Compassionate Communities Neighbourhood Program

This study will evaluate a Compassionate Communities-based intervention aimed at reducing social isolation by mobilizing individuals to act on their health and social needs individually, and in collaboration with fellow members of their community. The intervention program includes facilitated building of neighbourhood networks (member benefits include access to practical help, the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships, and community mobilization), and coaching support...

Strong Hearts: Rural CVD Prevention

Strong Hearts, Healthy Communities is a research study which aims to reduce cardiovascular disease (CVD), improve quality of life, and reduce CVD related health care costs in rural communities. The investigators' aim is to better understand how changes in lifestyle can affect the health of rural women and others in their communities.

Multi-center Clinical Study on the Diagnosis and Treatment Management of Rare Neurological Disease in Children

The incidence of rare diseases is extremely low, the disease is numerous, the symptoms are serious, and the detection technology is complicated. Countries have different definitions of rare diseases. The definition of rare diseases in China is defined as: diseases with a prevalence of less than 1 in 500 000 or newborns with an incidence of less than 1/10 000 are rare diseases. Due to the low incidence of rare diseases and the accumulation of multiple organs and systems in most ...

Eosinophil Induced Remodelling in Asthma

Asthma is a chronic, inflammatory disease of the lung characterized by intermittent airway obstruction, airway hyperresponsiveness, presence of activated inflammatory cells, inflammatory mediators, and airway structural changes. Airway smooth muscle (ASM) cells actively participate in the remodelling and inflammatory processes through proliferation, release of proinflammatory cytokines, chemokines, and extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins. Eosinophils as essential inflammatory c...

Investigation of Efficiency of Breathing With Different Breathing Patterns

Our aim in this study is to investigate the efficiency of the breathing with different breathing patterns. Ten volunteers and twenty patients having respiratory problems will be coached on their breathing through specific masks which will provide four different breathing patterns. These patterns will be 1) Breathing in through the nose only and out through the mouth only 2) Breathing in through the mouth only and out through the nose only 3) Breathing in and out through the no...

Effect of Milnacipran on Pain Processing and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Activation Patterns in Patients With Fibromyalgia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of milnacipran on how the brain processes pain in patients with fibromyalgia and to assess the relationship between this effect and brain activation patterns during functional magnetic resonance imaging.

Common Decision Making Deficits in Suicidal Behaviors and Eating Disorders

The role of impulsivity and its contribution to suicidal behavior seems intuitively clear. Empirical results have proved the existence of a relationship between the two yet many questions are left unanswered, especially what differentiates suicide ideators from attempters.. Obsessive thinking patterns are thought processes which share a repetitive behavior domain and are exerted by an inner voice. 3 types of obsessive thinking patterns are self destructive thoughts, ruminations...

Cohort of Patients With Rare Iron Overloads Excluding C282Y Homozygosity

The study explores the hepcidin deficiency causes of rare iron overload (excluding C282Y homozygosity), and aim to characterize this iron overload in term of clinical, biological, genetic and functional spacificities.

Finding Genes for Rare Diseases

This study will help the investigator understand the pathogenesis of different rare genetic conditions and to establish database of rare genetic databases. This would ultimately help to provide more accurate diagnosis through advanced genomic diagnostic testing and databases established from this study. This knowledge would in turn help in the clinical management of other affected family members and other individuals affected with similar conditions. Understanding of pathogenes...

Dietary Patterns, Metabolomics and Colorectal Cancer Risk

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in American men and women with ≥130,000 new cases each year. Several dietary patterns have been associated with CRC risk but underlying mechanisms are not fully understood. Researchers thus propose to integrate dietary patterns and metabolomics data to comprehensively investigate biological pathways linking dietary patterns and CRC risk.

SPECTArare: Screening Patients With Rare Tumors for Efficient Clinical Trial Access

SPECTArare is a program aiming at establishing a quality assured platform for collecting clinicopathologically annotated biological material from patients with primary rare tumors (6 new cases/100,000/year) to support biospecimen-based translational research and biomarker discovery.

The Study Of CT Scans and Echo Parameters in Patients With PAH

Current standard of the diagnosis and monitoring of PHNT requiring combination of invasive and non-invasive tests. The goal of the study is to correlate data from CT scans, echocardiograms, right heart catheterization, PFTs, sleep studies, and perfusion scans. The ultimate goal is to determine patterns of the PAH disease processes.

Effects of Pelvic Patterns of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation in the Pelvic Floor Muscles

Specific patterns of PNF have been used in neurological and rheumatologic rehabilitation to improve trunk control and postural stability. However, there are no studies that analyze the effect of pelvic PNF patterns on pelvic floor muscles. We hypothesize that pelvic patterns of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation activate the pelvic floor muscles in healthy individuals through the abdomino-pelvic synergism. Thus, the objective of the study is to analyze the effects of pel...

Types of Upper Limb and Hand in Patients With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) has been defined as "a group of permanent disorders of the development of movement and posture causing activity limitation(s) that are attributed to non-progressive disturbances that occurred in the developing fetal or infant brain". Investigators previously developed two classification systems, one for the upper limb and one for the hand, based on 100 films of patients with cerebral palsy (Bard 2010). Separate classifications were developed following an in...

ADMSCs for the Treatment of Systemic Sclerosis

Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a rare autoimmune disease, mainly characterized by cutaneous and visceral fibrosis. Digital ulcer and sclerosing skin are commonly affected on hands, but the treatment for these manifestations are often ineffective. Adipose tissue contains stromal vascular fraction (SVF), which is abundant multipotent stem cells, capable of tissue repair. A prior study (NCT01813279) has shown the safety and tolerance at 6 months of the subcutaneous injection of SVF ...

Identification and Evaluation of Circulating Tumor Cells and Tumor Related Rare Cells in Immunotherapy

The primary objective of this study is designed to evaluate the enumeration of circulating tumor cells and identify the potential biomarkers associated with clinical outcome. The secondary objective is to explore whether the changes of tumor related rare cells associates clinical outcome.

Innovative Approaches to Tuberculosis Control

This study is designed as a cluster-randomized trial. The cluster unit is at the community level. Communities will be randomized to 1 of 2 study arms: DOTS+ACF or DOTS. Communities in the DOTS+ACF arm will receive door-to-door symptom screening of the entire population by health care workers between 2 and 4 times over a 9-month period. Those communities in the DOTS-arm will receive the current standard of care in those communities (PCF). All study communities will be recei...


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