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Bone Metastases Clinical Trials

A listing of Bone Metastases medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (18) clinical trials

Prospective PRO/QoL Registry for Patients With Bone Metastases of Breast or Prostate Cancer

The PRO Bone project will recruit a representative cohort of patients with breast or prostate cancer suffering from bone metastases. The aim of this study is to collect data on Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO)/Quality of Life regarding bone pain and the impact of bone pain on quality of life and ...

Phase N/A

Assessment of Bone Biomarkers for TKI Response in RCC With Bone Metastases HRQoL and Comparison of Imaging Techniques

Prospective observational study to assess: Bone predictive biomarkers for tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) response in renal cell carcinoma (RCC) patients with bone metastasis - Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) with TKI Comparison of the sensitivity and specificity of whole body magnetic resonance versus bone scintigraphy and versus Computerized tomography ...

Phase N/A

Study of Patients With Cancer or Precancerous Conditions

OBJECTIVES: - To follow and evaluate patients, longitudinally with cancer or precancerous conditions referred to the NIH Clinical Center Pediatric Oncology Branch who present with disease manifestations that lend themselves to clinical evaluation and are of unique scientific importance. - To allow, when clinically indicated, patients to receive standard care ...

Phase N/A

FDG PET/CT in Breast Cancer Bone Mets

This is an observational study as all patients will receive the same research diagnostic test, an FDG PET/CT study performed at 4 weeks after starting new hormone treatment.

Phase N/A

Association of Bone and Metabolic Parameters With Overall Survival in Patients With Bone Metastases From Adenocarcinoma Lung Cancer (POUMOS)

Mortality due to non small cell lung cancers is the first cause of cancer death in men around the world. Lung adenocarcinoma regularly induces bone metastases responsible for high morbidity and impaired life quality. Overall survival of these patients is poor. Thus the investigators aimed to identify if some bone ...

Phase N/A

Improving a Bayesian Model's Survival Estimates in Patients Needing Surgery for Bone Metastases

The goal of this study is to improve how we estimate survival of people with cancer that has spread to their bone. There have been previous attempts to estimate survival of people with cancer that spread to the bone, but they have not been accurate. This study will try to ...

Phase N/A

Prospective Evaluation of Interventional Studies on Bone Metastases - the PRESENT Cohort

The PRESENT cohort is set up according to the 'cohort multiple Randomised Controlled Trial' design. The basis of this design is a prospective cohort of patients with bone metastases, receiving care as usual, who give informed consent for cohort participation. At the UMC Utrecht, patients are furthermore asked for informed ...

Phase N/A

Registry of Treatment Outcomes of Symptomatic Metastasized Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer Treated With Radium-223

Every year approximately 12,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the Netherlands and approximately 2,400 die of this disease. When prostate cancer is limited to the prostate, patients can be operated or radiated with a curative intention, however, metastasized disease is incurable. Initially, prostate cancer responds to testosterone at ...

Phase N/A

Treatment Outcomes in a Non-study Population of Symptomatic mCRPC Patients Treated With Radium-223

Serum and blood markers of bone metabolism will be evaluated at Base Line, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 6th (or last) Radium- 223 treatment. Every blood draw prior to Radium-223 treatment At baseline, tests include (but not restricted to): Testosterone, vitamin D-25-OH (Calciferol), C-reactive protein, Rank Ligand, IL6, BSAF, P1NP and ...

Phase N/A

Abductor Reattachment Methods in Proximal Femur Replacements: What is the Best Method?

Patients treated for proximal femur replacements at Duke University Medical Center by Orthopaedic Oncology trained surgeons. The Duke DEDUCE database will be used to identify retrospective patients using the above mentioned CPT codes. Individual chart review of the electronic medical record will then be used to identify those receiving a ...

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