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Colon Cancer Screening Clinical Trials

A listing of Colon Cancer Screening 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 (23) clinical trials

Oncogeriatric Intervention and Follow-up at Home

Cancer of the head and neck (HNC), lung (LC), upper gastrointestinal channel (CUGI) and colo-rectal cancer (CRC) accounts for approximately 40% of cancer incidence in elderly people (defined as 70 years) in Denmark (DK). The four cancers account for more than 50% of the annual cancer-related deaths in DK. Incidence ...

Phase N/A

Increasing Uptake of Evidence-Based Screening Services Through CHW-led Multi-modality Intervention

The purpose of this research study is to determine the best way to increase screening for cervical cancer, colorectal cancer, HIV, and Hepatitis C among underscreened Hispanic, Haitian and African-American individuals in Hialeah, South Dade, and Little Haiti. The investigator will compare home testing led by a community health worker ...

Phase N/A

Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening in Rural Emergency Departments

The specific aim of this project is to adapt and pilot a tailored intervention to promote CRC screenings in a rural Appalachian Kentucky emergency department (ED) in order to: (a) evaluate the feasibility of providing a cancer screening promotion intervention in an emergency department (ED) that serves a rural Appalachian ...

Phase N/A

Screening for Synchronous Metastases in Colorectal Cancer With DW-MRI (SERENADE)

Everyone who agrees to take part will have a short specialist MRI scan, called diffusion weighted MRI, to look for cancer in the liver. Normally you will have this scan within 4 weeks of joining the study. You will be able to start your cancer treatment while you are in ...

Phase N/A

Uptake to Colorectal Cancer Screening in Familial-risk Population

This is a multicenter, controlled, randomized phase III study to compare participation rate with two screening rounds of FIT versus one-time screening colonoscopy in FDR of patients diagnosed of CRC. The recruitment process will be programmed through the index case, that will be interviewed to obtain their CRC family history. ...

Phase N/A

The Efficiency of Colon Capsule Endoscopy in Colon Cancer Screening

Multicentre, multidisciplinary (3 gastroenterology units; biostatistics department; cooperation with general practitioners), prospective study is focused on examination of individuals with average colorectal cancer (CRC) risk (asymptomatic, age 50-75 years). In years 2017 - 2019, there will be 230 persons with positive semi-quantitative immunochemical fecal occult blood tests (FIT; QuikRead, Orion ...

Phase N/A

Augmentation of Screening Colonoscopy With Fecal Immunochemical Testing

This study will evaluate the benefit of augmenting a compliant College of Gastroenterology colorectal cancer screening program with the addition of yearly FIT testing at two critical points in the current recommended follow up: 1. In patients found to have adenomatous polyps for the first time after colonoscopy, the addition ...

Phase N/A

Tailored Messaging for CRC Screening

The proposed study is a prospective, randomized trial. All eligible subjects (patients identified to be contacted to schedule screening colonoscopy) will be randomized to one of three study arms: usual scheduling process (control), a generic message arm, or a tailored message arm. Patients in the "tailored message" arm will receive ...

Phase N/A

ANC1 Study Impact of a Geriatric and Nutritional Evaluation for the Malnutrition and Malnutrition Risk Screening in Patients Over 70 Years With Colorectal Surgery.

Assessing the impact of a geriatric action (Team Mobile Geriatrics, EMG, or if the geriatric facility team when it does not have EMG) on the rate of nutritional support perioperative elderly subjects ( 70 years) who underwent a colorectal cancer according to ESPEN recommendations and SFNEP.

Phase N/A

Educational Intervention - Improving Knowledge and Screening Rates for Colorectal Cancer

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES: I. To increase colorectal cancer (CRC) knowledge, attitudes, positive behavior change, intent for screening, and screening among at-risk groups. OUTLINE Participants attend educational sessions comprising of an inflatable colon interactive exhibit that allows visitors to walk through a colon while seeing images, or a PowerPoint presentation that contains ...

Phase N/A