A Community Population Screening Cohort Study Based on Polygene Methylation Detection for Colorectal Cancer in Yangzhou

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Apr 16, 2027
  • participants needed
    80000
  • sponsor
    Singlera Genomics Inc.
Updated on 16 May 2022
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Summary

This is a cross-sectional cohort study based on community population jointly developed by Northern Jiangsu People's Hospital and Shanghai Kunyuan Biological Technology Co., LTD. This study will verify the real world results of polygene methylation detection of colorectal cancer in a large prospective cohort of community population, which is expected to enroll 80,000 permanent residents in Yangzhou city. The preliminary design period of the study is 5 years. In this study, questionnaire survey and polygene methylation test of colorectal cancer were used as the primary screening method, and colonoscopy was used as the further validation examination method to screen colorectal cancer and precancerous lesions. The diagnosis and outcome of all lesions were based on colonoscopy and pathological examination. The evaluation indexes include sensitivity, specificity, detection rate of precancerous lesions and adenoma.

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The study is expected to complete baseline examinations of 80,000 subjects within 1 year. Community members who sign informed consent forms will complete the Colorectal cancer Risk Factor Assessment Questionnaire, history collection, and colorectal cancer polymethylation test early screening at baseline. Fecal immunochemistry (FIT) test, blood carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) test, and colonoscopy were performed within 3 months after receiving the results of colorectal cancer polymethylation screening test positive and negative (4000 subjects). Telephone follow-up medical history was collected at 1, 2, 3, and 4 years after baseline, and telephone follow-up survival outcomes were studied at 5 years after baseline. During the follow-up, patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer by colonoscopy will reach the study end point, and patients treated with polyps or adenomas found during colonoscopy will also reach the study end point.

Details
Condition Colorectal Cancer
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05336539
SponsorSinglera Genomics Inc.
Last Modified on16 May 2022

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Inclusion Criteria

) Permanent resident population of Yangzhou; 2) Chronological age: 40~74 years, including critical value (refer to birth date of id card); 3) Have full capacity of conduct; 4) After enrollment, they could voluntarily cooperate to complete the Colorectal cancer Risk Factor Assessment Questionnaire and accept telephone follow-up; 5) Agree to timely feed back the information related to tumor diagnosis to the investigator during the study process; 6) Willing and able to sign informed consent

Exclusion Criteria

) History of colorectal cancer and other malignant tumors; 2) previous colorectal resection; 3) are receiving any cancer-related treatment; 4) Those who have received major surgical treatment such as blood transfusion and transplantation within 3 months; 5) Participate in other interventional clinical investigators within 3 months; 6) Pregnant or lactating women; 7) Patients with autoimmune diseases, genetic diseases, mental diseases/disabilities and other diseases considered unsuitable for the study by the researcher; 8) Poor compliance, unable to complete the study according to the judgment of the researcher
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