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Gliomas Clinical Trials

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

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Found (232) clinical trials

Safety and Efficacy of IDH1R132H-DC Vaccine in Gliomas

Eligible patients that provide written informed consent will undergo apheresis to collect blood mononuclear cells for vaccine production. All patients will receive mature dendritic cells for a total of 12 vaccine doses.The DC vaccine will be given subcutaneously every four weeks. Peripheral blood will be taken two weeks after injection ...

Phase N/A

SPT Screening in Irradiated Hereditary Retinoblastoma Survivors

Rationale: Hereditary retinoblastoma survivors have an increased risk to develop second primary tumors (SPT) at a later age (with the highest risk in their teens), especially when they have been irradiated for retinoblastoma. The investigators hypothesize that regular screening with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could lead to early detection of ...

Phase N/A

A Clinical Research of CAR T Cells Targeting HER2 Positive Cancer

Chimeric antigen receptor T cells (CAR-T) therapy has not yet been fully explored in solid tumors. Human epidermal growth factor receptor-2(HER2) is widely expressed in cancers. Investigators have developed anti-HER2 CAR-modified T cells and validated the efficiency targeting HER2-positive cancer in preclinical studies. This study is aimed to confirm its ...

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Differentiation of Progression From Treatment Effects in High-Grade Gliomas: A Clinical Trial With Multimodality MR Imaging

To evaluate the efficacy of multi-modality magnetic resonance quantitative parameters in evaluating the treatment effects of high-grade gliomas, and to provide new biomarkers for the establishment of new diagnostic criteria for the identification of true and pseudoprogression of high-grade gliomas.

Phase N/A

Fluorescence and Glioma Heterogeneity

Malignant gliomas are the commonest malignant brain tumors but are extremely challenging to treat. Neuro-oncology has seen little progress in its treatment despite extensive research. Extent of resection remains a very important prognostic factor in these tumors. Better the resection, better the outcomes. However resecting these tumors is not very ...

Phase N/A

Clinical Development of Cancer-Specific MRS Biomarkers in Malignant Gliomas

Malignant gliomas represent the majority of primary brain tumors in adults and are among the most intractable tumors. Cancers reprogram their metabolism to meet the needs of rapid cell growth. Alterations in metabolite abundance may serve as biomarkers of malignancy, and the capability to monitor the changes non-invasively would have ...

Phase N/A

Adjuvant Chemotherapy for High-risk Retinoblastoma After Enucleation

This study will be a phase open label interventional case series. Patients with Stage I enucleated retinoblastoma will be randomized to receive chemotherapy(CEV) of 3 cycles or 6 cycles on a monthly basis. Patients will be followed for 24 months.

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ZOOMit-fMRI Identifies Motor Functional Cortex

Gliomas will lead motor dysfunction when they are involved in motor cortex. However, tumor resection also have risk to lead postoperatively motor function deficits if destroy patients' motor cortex when tumor removed. Hence, it is important for neurosurgeon to realize the situation of patients' motor cortex locations in order to ...

Phase N/A

Identification of Genomic Changes in Families Having Multiple Members With Tumors

Genomic changes leading to the formation of brain tumors are slowly being discovered. Despite advances in genomic technology, much analysis is hindered by the lack of control samples that could better delineate genomic alterations leading to disease. The ideal genomic control would be the genetic material of the parents of ...

Phase N/A

Impact of Surgery on the Treatment of Supratentorial Malignant Gliomas in Subjects Aged 70 and Over

Currently, the standard treatment for gliomas is based on surgical resection followed by radiation therapy. However in patients 70 and older, surgery is not systematic, before radiotherapy. Moreover, at these ages, surgery is likely to be less well tolerated in general terms. The aim of this study is to try ...

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