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Hematologic Cancer Clinical Trials

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


Found (175) clinical trials

Association Between Proton Pump Inhibitors and Hematologic Toxicity of Pemetrexed

Prospective, longitudinal, multicenter and observational study. All eligible patients will receive clear information about aims and research modalities on the medical consultation and before first course of chemotherapy. If patient agrees with study aims and protocol, disease and therapeutic management will not be change. Research agree and participation leads to ...

Phase N/A

Systematic and Mechanism-based Approach to Rational Treatment Trials of Blood Cancer

Targeted treatments have revolutionized care of individual diseases. While a new generation of targeted drugs is emerging in leukemia and lymphoma it remains clinical reality that most genetic information is not used for therapeutic stratification. This is in part based on the shortcomings of traditional biomarker discovery within clinical trials, ...

Phase N/A

WB-EMS and Nutrition in Patients With Hematological Malignancies

This study evaluates the effects of a whole-body electromyostimulation (WB-EMS) training combined with individualized nutritional support on skeletal muscle mass, body composition, muscle strength/function, quality of life, fatigue, pain and gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with hematological malignancies 4-6 weeks before and 4-6 weeks after undergoing stem cell Transplantation. Within this ...

Phase N/A

Therapeutic Education in Physical Activity (ETAF)

This is a randomized controlled pilot study Control Group will be offered usual care (UC), which includes two sessions of therapeutic education delivered in small groups. In these educational sessions, patients are provided with useful information on communication strategies, problem solving strategies, recognition and management of symptoms and the management ...

Phase N/A

Medical Clowning: Needs Assessment and Implication for Hospitalized Children With Cancer/Blood Disease

Hospitalized children who undergo painful procedures are more susceptible than others to experiencing iatrogenic effects, such as anxiety, pain, and severe stress. Clowns in clinical setting have been found to be effective in reducing children's experiences of these effects during hospitalization and before procedures. This article provides an overview of ...

Phase N/A