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GVAX for Colorectal Cancer

After you have given your consent to participate in this study, your study doctor will perform some tests to confirm that you are eligible to participate. These tests may take place up to 21 days before the surgery to remove a liver tumor, which will be used to create the ...


RCT Comparing 19Ga vs 22Ga EBUS-TBNA Needles in Carcinoma.

All patients with (suspected) stage IV lung carcinoma identified on spiral computed tomography scan and requiring an EBUS-TBNA investigation to obtain intrathoracic hilar or mediastinal lymph node tissue for diagnosis, subtyping and genotyping of lung cancer are eligible for participation in this study. Procedural technique : patients undergo an EBUS-TBNA ...


Edema Control in Patients With Breast Cancer-comparison of Manual Lymph Drainage and Epidermis Fascia Taping

The ultrasound imaging could be used to examine the thickness of dermis and the space between dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Whether the measurement of ultrasound imaging correlate to other measurement of edema is unknown. The purpose of this study is to investigate The reliability of measurement of edema using ultrasound ...

Phase N/A

Cetuximab/FOLFIRI With or Without Oxaliplatin and FOLFOXIRI With or Without Bevacizumab in Neoadjuvant Treatment of Non-resectable Colorectal Liver Metastases

Patients with liver metastases from colorectal and without known extrahepatic metastases will be screened for this study including ras status (b-raf status according to local standard). Patients receive chemotherapy according to the allocation and are re-evaluated for resectability every 8 weeks for a maximum of 6 months. Resectable patients will ...


Regional Anaesthesia and Substance P in Head and Neck Cancer

Several investigations show that anesthetic procedures, and especially the perioperative regional anesthesia, can have a benefit for patients undergoing tumor surgery.The perioperative regional anesthesia might reduce the immunological response and therefore lower the risk of tumor relapse. Factors that might play a role in tumor relapse are various, so more ...

Phase N/A

Dexamethasone With TAP Block Increasing the Duration of the Peripheral Nerve Block in Caesarian Section

Nowadays Cesarean sections became the most popular surgery worldwide with the consumption of the hospital resources and the continuous need to decrease the costs, work load and medical stuff engagement. One of the most common problem is the need to control pain post operatively, this issue increase the work load ...

Phase N/A

Research and Analysis of the Mechanisms Involved in the Emergence of Breast Cancer Stem Cells (RepriM)

Patients responding criteria for selection will sign an informed consent form. Before the initiation of chemotherapy, a tumor specimen (under echographic control) and four blood samples will be collected. The chemotherapy consists of 3 cycles of (F)EC100 spaced 21 days apart : Epirubicin, 100 mg/m in intravenous (IV) Cyclophosphamide, 500 ...

Phase N/A

Simultaneous Integrated Boost in Malignant Glioma Patients Treated With Chemoradiation

The SIB technique provides the higher radiobiological effect with the same fractionation scheme, i.e. 69 Gy over 6 weeks, which might increase the loco-regional control. Besides, the co-registration with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) strengthens the precision of target delineation as well as higher possibility to spare adjacent normal brain tissue. ...

Phase N/A

Evaluation of Circulating Tumor DNA as a Theranostic Marker in the Management of Glioblastomas.

Glioblastomas (GBM) are rare tumors of poor prognosis and their treatment is based on surgery followed by radiochemotherapy. Clinical and imaging evaluation is not always straightforward: the more or less complete surgery, the pseudo-progression after radiochemotherapy, the radionecrosis, the diagnosis of the relapse and the follow-up under anti-angiogenic can pose ...

Phase N/A

Study at the Man of the Profile of Chimiokines in the Anorexia Bound to the Cancerous Cachexy

The syndrome of anorexia-cachexie, which accompanies numerous cancers is a major comorbidity which compromises the forecast of these patients. Several cytokines pro-inflammatory as interleukines IL1 , IL6 or TNFa participate in the physiopathology of this syndrome at the man and the animal. Besides, it is now established that different neuronal ...

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