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Colon cancer; rectal cancer Clinical Trials

A listing of Colon cancer; rectal cancer 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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Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States today. The majority of cancer deaths can be attributed to the metastatic spread of solid tumors to distant organs. Medical progress in the last century has aided in the earlier identification of cancers limited to the primary organ and ...

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A research study is evaluating an investigational treatment for chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy in patients with colorectal cancer (CRC).

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Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program for Colorectal Cancer: a Multi-center Study (ERASC1)

In China, Europe and America, colorectal cancer is one of common malignant tumors. It is very important for treatment of colorectal cancer to enhance the quality of treatment, increase patients' survival rate and improve the life quality. So far, surgical resection is optimal treatment for patients with colorectal cancer. As ...

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Optivista : I-SCAN OE for Optical Diagnosis of Small Colon Polyps

The benefit of colonoscopy screening is based on the detection and removal of polyps neoplastic. However, the vast majority of found polyps do not harbor any risk of non-cancer neoplastic. The resection evaluation and histopathology of these polyps are associated with costs while the contribution to cancer prevention is limited. ...

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Anatomical Classifications of Inferior Mesenteric Artery

The vascular branches of inferior mesenteric artery (IMA) involve superior rectal artery(SRA),Sigmoid artery(SA) and the left colic artery(LCA). Different levels of ligation of the (IMA) are applied in rectal cancer surgery, including retain or not retain the left colic artery(LCA). Retained the LCA would facilitate the vascularity. The variations of ...

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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 ...

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Targeted Next-generation Sequencing Panel for Identification of Germline Mutations in Early Onset Cancers With Sporadic or Hereditary Presentation

Despite relevant clinical and/or familial presentations suggesting a hereditary predisposition (early-onset, multiple primary tumors, familial aggregation), targeted genomic analysis based on the phenotype are often non contributive. As somatic cancer genes are limited, the hypothesis is that the targeted next-generation sequencing of 200 genes, selected for their implications in cancers ...

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Prognostic Value of Tissue Factor (TF) in Blood t in Colorectal Cancer in Adults

The study is to measure the TF in the blood, as well as ACE, C reactive protein and E-selectin. The TF will also be measured in the tissue removed during surgery.

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Multiple Screening Methods for the Detection of Chinese Colorectal Advanced Adenomatous Polyps and Cancer

Participants who are at high risk of developing colorectal cancer will be asked to collect two stool samples one for the stool DNA test and the other for the commercially available FIT assay, and a single blood sample for the blood mRNA test. Subjects will undergo colonoscopy within 60 days ...

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Comparison of the Benefit of Chromoendoscopy in Addition to High Definition White Light and Narrow Band Imaging for the Prediction of Submucosal Invasive Cancer in Colonic Lesions

Wide-field (WF) EMR is now accepted as a safe and effective alternative to surgery for removal of large (>20mm) laterally spreading lesions (LSLs). Assessment of the risk of submucosal invasive cancer (SMIC) is paramount to determining whether a lesion should be attempted for resection by endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR). Lesions ...

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