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Randomized Trial of Liposomal Amphotericin B for Histoplasmosis in AIDS Patients

Disseminated histoplasmosis (DH) is one of the major AIDS-defining infections responsible for high mortality rates in HIV-infected patients. Liposomal amphotericin B (L-AmB) is considered the therapy of choice for AIDS-associated histoplasmosis.However, many patients in Latin America are still treated with high doses of deoxycholate amphotericin B (d-AmB) for long periods. These regimens are associated with toxicity and thus reduced efficacy. Therefore, a better treatment strat...


A Study Investigating the Safety and Tolerability of an Immune Treatment in Cancer Patients With Lesions to the Skin

The purpose of this study is to test the safety and tolerability of 2141-V11 in people who have cancer that does not respond to standard treatment and who have skin lesions (skin tumors) associated with their cancer. The study will also test how the body processes and responds to 2141-V11, and if the study drug has cancer fighting activity in people. The study drug activates a naturally occurring protein called CD40. By activating CD40, cells of the immune system are better abl...

Evidence-Based Interventions to Enhance Outcomes Among Struggling Readers

Despite decades of research on reading disabilities, little is known about improving reading in the middle grades (i.e., grades 3-6) and advancements have been hindered by the narrow focus on reading problems alone without acknowledgement of non-academic factors shown to affect learning (e.g., child self-regulation). This proposal employs a highly innovative approach aimed at improving intervention outcomes through the integration of evidence-based practices for addressing read...


Dose-Escalation and Efficacy Study of LAE001/Prednisone Plus Afuresertib Patients With m-CRPC

The combination treatment of protein kinase B (AKT) inhibitor, afuresertib, with androgen synthesis enzyme inhibitor, LAE001, may provide an effective treatment for metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer (m-CRPC) patients who have progressed/drug resistant following prior standard care treatments of any anti-androgen. This study intends to identify the most appropriate combined doses of LAE001/prednisone and afuresertib in m-CRPC patients who have progressive disease o...

Paclitaxel (Albumin-bound) and Oxaliplatin for Advanced Hepatobiliary and Malignant Tumors

1. Advantages of albumin-bound paclitaxel Paclitaxel for injection (albumin-binding type) uses human serum albumin (HAS) as a carrier, and paclitaxel and HSA are made into paclitaxel-bound albumin nanoparticles by a high-pressure homogenization technique. After injection of paclitaxel (albumin-binding) into the blood, it rapidly disintegrates and disperses into a smaller albumin-paclitaxel complex, which binds and activates the gp60 albumin receptor on vascular endothelial cell...

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health for Faculty and Staff

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health (CCSH) at Emory University was launched as a joint creation by Spiritual Health and the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics in 2018. The program enhances the practice of spiritual health through CCSH Interventions, which are a Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT)-based approach to support the practices of spiritual health clinicians. CBCT is a research-based contemplative program developed at Emory University...

The Genetic, Protein, and Lipid Basis of Variation in Cholesterol Efflux

The rationale of this research is that deep phenotyping of individuals at the extremes of cholesterol efflux will identify key determinants of efflux that are potential novel therapeutic targets to prevent or reverse Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD). The investigators propose to carry out the objective by studying participants at extreme low and high cholesterol efflux identified from the investigator's study in the population-based Dallas Heart Study by accomplis...

Effects of Trehalose and Polyphenols in Vasculopathic Patients

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is an important manifestation of systemic atherosclerosis and is characterized by obstruction of the arteries of the lower extremities. PAD is usually associated with vascular complications that occur not only in peripheral circulation but also in cerebral and coronary trees (PubMed ID: 9892517). Endothelial dysfunction, reduced glucose oxidation, accumulation of toxic metabolites, alteration in nitric oxide (NO) generation and oxidative stress...

Rituximab and Ibrutinib (RI) Versus Dexamethasone, Rituximab and Cyclophosphamide (DRC) as Initial Therapy for Waldenström's Macroglobulinaemia

Waldenström's macroglobulinaemia (WM) is a rare type of slow growing lymphoma. It develops when white blood cells grow abnormally. Typically a disease of the elderly, the median age of presentation is >70 years and the current treatment for WM is unsatisfactory, with incomplete responses and inevitable recurrence. Therefore there is a need to find alternative treatments that are more effective, leading to lasting responses and improved quality of life. The RAINBOW stud...

HIV Oral Testing Infographic Experiment

Premised on the National AIDS Strategy's focus on identifying new HIV infections through increased HIV testing, the purpose of this formative pilot study is to develop and test an integrated HIV self-testing strategy that utilizes a simplicity-model approach to HIV self-testing in emerging adult sexual minority men of color.

Effects of Early Home-based Strength and Sensory-motor Training After THA on Functional Outcome and Patient Satisfaction

This study is a prospective multicentre randomised clinical trial to be conducted in orthopaedic departments of two Slovenian hospitals. In each hospital 125 patients aged 60 or older with unilateral osteoarthritis, ASA score 1-3, signed informed consent, access to watching USB videos and without terminal illnesses disabling rehabilitation participation, will be randomly assigned to intervention (IG) or control group (CG). Total hip arthroplasty with anterior approach will be p...

Addressing the Cascade of Care in Vulnerable Populations With Poor Access to Healthcare in Madrid

Data on the prevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) for other vulnerable groups in Madrid, such as homeless persons and migrants, are scarce, and it is now necessary to implement intervention and elimination plans. Vulnerable groups have poor access to healthcare and are therefore not systematically screened for HCV. On the occasions they are shown to be positive, subsequent follow-up in the health system and the possibility of cure are poor. The use of a mobile unit to a...

Does Improved Ability to Achieve Single Leg Stance Lead to a More Efficient Gait Pattern in Adults With Acquired Brain Injury?

The purpose of the study is to see if a person can stand better on their weaker leg does this improve their walking ability following treatment specifically aimed at standing on leg. This will be compared to people who receive normal physiotherapy treatment not treatment specifically focusing on their ability to stand on their weaker leg. The study is being carried out as part of the researcher's Masters Degree. Participants will be allocated to either the control group (normal...

Walking Football as a Supportive Medicine for Patients With Prostate Cancer

Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) is widely used in men with prostate cancer (PCa) to delay disease progression and enhance survival. The use of ADT is often associated with a vast spectrum of side effects that considerably reduce quality of life. Exercise has been proposed as a non-pharmacological strategy to counter some adverse effects of ADT among patients with PCa. Particularly, recreational football-based interventions have been suggested as an enjoyment approach to invo...

Impact of Healthy Diet on Metabolic Health in Men and Women

The overall aim of the present research program is to determine how a healthy whole-diet approach impacts on cardiometabolic health in adults. With its interdisciplinary approach, the study depicts mechanisms behind disease progression and the impact of healthy dietary patterns on changes in markers of low-grade systemic inflammation together with the exploration of knowledge and attitudes about healthy diets. The study has a preventive character as it targets middle-aged and o...

Postoperative Renal Failure in Cardiac Surgery PMSF-PVC Gradient Study

Acute renal failure is a frequent and severe postoperative complication of cardiac surgery performed under extracorporeal circulation. It is an independent risk factor for mortality and significantly increases the length of hospital stay. The origin of renal insufficiency after extracorporeal circulation is multifactorial (long duration of extracorporeal circulation, hemodynamic instability per and post-extracorporeal circulation, prolonged hypotension, transfusion ...)...

Safety and Efficacy of Early, seQUential Oral dIuretic Nephron blockAde In Acute Heart Failure

The SEEQUOIA-AHF (Safety and Efficacy of Early, seQUential oral dIuretic nephron blockAde in Acute Heart Failure) trial is a multicenter, randomized, open-label, parallel-arm trial assessing the impact of early sequential nephron blockade (i.e. a regimen based on the combination of four oral diuretics with different sites of action along the nephron at low doses) compared to a conventional approach with a high-dose loop diuretic in the treatment of congestion in patients hospit...

Black Women's Wellness Project

The proposed randomized controlled trial will evaluate an educational self-management intervention in 450 African American women and weight management. It will be the first to use a culturally tailored in-person and telephone approach to address all aspects of wellness and social determinants for African American women to achieve optimal long term wellness for both self and family.

SAGE for the Early Detection of Cognitive Impairment at Primary Care Provider Visits

Thus far no large randomized trial has demonstrated a correlation between screening and improved outcomes. This would need to be done to gain widespread acceptance of screening and case finding programs. Early detection of cognitive impairment could potentially result in the appropriate treatment of reversible cognitive impairment conditions or earlier initiation of pharmacological interventions for the management of a variety of other dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI...

AMI Construction in Lower Extremity Residual Limbs

This study will involve the development of a novel approach to lower extremity residual limb surgical revision that offers the promise of augmenting volitional motor control, restore proprioception and reverse atrophy

Evaluating Active Esophageal Cooling During Cardiac Ablation Procedures

Left atrial catheter ablation including pulmonary vein isolation is a standard therapy in the management of symptomatic atrial fibrillation; however thermal esophageal injury is a known potential consequence of this procedure. Delivery of radiofrequency (RF) energy necessary to perform left atrial ablation has the potential to cause injury to the nearby esophagus including ulceration, hematoma, spasm, esophageal motility disorders, and, in the most extreme case, atrial-esophage...

Everolimus Monotherapy as Immunosuppression After Liver Transplant

Tacrolimus is the standard immunosuppressive drug used to prevent organ rejection post liver transplant. One side effect of Tacrolimus is nephrotoxicity. Everolimus does not have the nephrotoxicity side effects of Tacrolimus. Replacement of Tacrolimus by Everolimus may have a reduced incidence of renal dysfunction in liver transplant patients who have near normal kidney function prior to liver transplantation. Other investigators have already shown a benefit in terms of renal ...

ALateral Flow Assay to Detect QSOX1 Peptide in Patients With or at Risk for Pancreatic Cancer

Researchers have developed a new test to measure a protein QSOX1 that is found to be elevated in subjects with pancreas cancer. Researchers are looking to use this test to compare subjects with pancreas cancer and subjects without pancreas cancer to see if this test could be used to diagnosis pancreas cancer.

A Patient-centered, System-based Approach to Improve Informed Dialysis Choice and Outcomes in Veterans With CKD

This study is intended to correct an important systemic deficit in the care of chronic kidney disease (CKD), VHA's fourth most common healthcare condition with high mortality and healthcare burden. Currently, many Veterans with CKD have poor awareness of their condition. This leads to suboptimal care. The investigators anticipate that the proposed comprehensive pre-end stage renal disease (ESRD) education (CPE) will enhance Veterans' CKD knowledge and their confidence in making...

Mindful Response to Adversity: A Brief Stress Resilience Training

The investigators will conduct an intervention study with the aim of improving stress resilience and mental health outcomes in at-risk freshman students. Participants will attend a group training session, led by a professional instructor, about responding to adversity, which will include a description of the skills, a writing and sharing activity focused on the proposed approach, and a practice session. Following the training, participants will be instructed to practice the ski...


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