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Digestive System Neoplasms Clinical Trials

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


Found (5) clinical trials

Afatinib and Selumetinib in Advanced KRAS Mutant and PIK3CA Wildtype Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

This is a multi-center open-label proof-of-concept study consisting of two parts: PART A - a phase I dose-finding study (3 + 3 classical design) evaluating the RP2D of afatinib in combination with selumetinib in KRASm NSCLC; and PART B - a randomized phase II study investigating the progression free survival ...


A Study of IMU-131 Plus Standard of Care Chemotherapy in Patients With HER2/Neu Overexpressing Advanced Cancer of the Stomach

IMU-131 is a single peptide structure composed of 3 individual B-cell epitope peptide sequences selected from HER2/neu structure. Polyclonal antibodies against IMU-131 peptides bind three separate regions of the HER2 receptor and also to the dimerization loop of the HER2 receptor, preventing dimerization, which in turn inhibits intracellular signaling. This ...


Activity of Regorafenib in Combination With Chemotherapy in Patients With Advanced Biliary Tract Cancer

Regorafenib (BAY 73-4506) was assessed in metastatic colorectal cancer in the phase III randomized CORRECT trial. 760 metastatic colorectal cancer patients were recruited after the failure of all standard therapies. Given the promising efficacy and favorable tolerability profile of mGEMOX and the potential benefits of targeting the VEGF and Ras/Raf ...


Probiotic LGG for Prevention of Side Effects in Patients Undergoing Chemoradiation for Gastrointestinal Cancer

Phase 3 placebo-controlled trial to determine efficacy of the probiotic LGG for reducing acute treatment related GI toxicity in patients with GI malignancy with phase 1 safety lead-in.


Oxaliplatin in PIPAC for Nonresectable Peritoneal Metastases of Digestive Cancers

Current curative treatment of digestive peritoneal carcinomatosis consists of complete cytoreduction surgery associated with intraperitoneal chemotherapy. This treatment has important limits: a high morbimortality and the impossibility of repeating the sessions. The majority of patients are therefore treated with systemic chemotherapy, which despite its progress, remains palliative. Pressurized Intraperitoneal aerosol ...