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Nice Cedex 2, France Clinical Trials

A listing of Nice Cedex 2, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (409) clinical trials

Bortezomib and Low Dose Cytarabine in the Treatment of High-Risk Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Four cycles of treatment are proposed at 28 day intervals in an ambulatory setting Cycle 1 : - Cytarabine 10 mg /m2/day subcutaneous injection for 14 days - Bortézomib 1,5mg/m2 days 1,4,8,11 Cycles 2, 3, 4 : - Cytarabine 20 mg /m2/j subcutaneous injections for 14 days - Bortézomib 1,5mg/m2 ...

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Lenalidomide in Subjects With intermediate2 or High MDS Associated With a Deletion (DEL) 5q [31]

Subjects meeting all inclusion and exclusion criteria will receive lenalidomide lenalidomide will be administered at 10 mg (two 5 mg capsules) once daily on Days 1–21, every 4 weeks. Bone marrow aspirate (baseline and during the course of the study at week 8, 16, 32, 52 and when clinically indicated/for ...

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Darbepoetin Alpha in Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS)

Inclusion of MDS with IPSS low or int-1 and hemoglobin < 10/dL. Study drug: Darbepoetin alfa (Aranesp) 500 microg every two weeks subcutaneously during 12 weeks, combined to filgrastim 300 microg twice weekly for an additional 12 weeks in non responders. Response will be evaluated at 12 weeks. Patients with ...

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Effects of the Soluble Mediators of Mastocytes on the Intestinal Epithelial Barrier and of the Enteric Nervous System During the Syndrome of the Irritable Bowel

Patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have increased intestinal permeability. In addition, mucosal soluble mediators are involved in the pathophysiology of pain in IBS. The investigators aimed to investigate: 1. paracellular permeability in colonic biopsies of IBS patient 2. the ability of soluble factors from colonic biopsies to reproduce in ...

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Comparison Between Chromoendoscopy and Conventional Colonoscopy to Improve the Detection of Neoplasia in Patients With Ulcerative Colitis (UC)

Patients will undergo two colonoscopies each, with an interval of three months between procedures. This minimum time interval is chosen in order to allow for the healing of the mucosa on sampled areas and thus prevent recognition of biopsy sites. The first procedure will be randomly allocated to be either ...

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The Method ISET (Insulation by Size of Epithelial Tumor Cells)

Lung cancer is the most prevalent neoplasm and the major cause of tumor-related mortality worldwide. Despite recent advances in the management of resected lung cancers (i.e., the use of adjuvant therapy) and more effective treatments of metastatic tumors (i.e., molecular targeted agents), the cure rate of patients with lung cancer ...

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Alcohol Addiction and Otorhinolaryngology Cancer

Alcohol, associated or not associated with tobacco, is known to increase the incidence of ORL cancer. So, in fact many patients perform their ORL surgery operation in spite of their alcohol addiction. Many studies showed that a post surgery weaning syndrome increases morbidity and mortality. So our study will focuses ...

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Chronic Electrical Stimulation of Hypothalamus/Fornix in Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia for which no treatment has shown consistent efficacy to stop or slow down the disease. Recent report of enhancement of memory abilities by bilateral chronic deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the fornix in the hypothalamus suggests that neuromodulation of circuits ...

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Hepatic Mitochondrial Function in Sepsis

Multi-organ failure due to sepsis is a major cause of death in critically ill patients. But the mechanisms leading to this condition are not fully understood. Mitochondrial dysfunction has been shown in skeletal muscle of critically ill septic patients. Liver is very important in sepsis as it is responsible of ...

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Identification of Protective and Worsening Steatohepatitis (NASH) Factors

Recent epidemiological studies in France showed a strong prevalence of obesity (12,4%) and its strong increase during the 20 last years. Among the multiple complications related to obesity, the hepatic complications (steatosis and steatohepatitis (NASH)) are among most frequent. Our recent work showed that the adipose tissue, following the example ...

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