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Thyroid Cancer Clinical Trials

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


Found (145) clinical trials

The Evaluation of the Diagnostic Properties of Intra-operative In-situ Thyroglobin Levels of Cervical Lymph Nodes in the Discrimination Between Benign and Malignant Lymph Nodes in Thyroid Cancer: a Prospective Multicentre Study.

Cytological examination of punctured lymph nodes is the gold standard for confirming metastatic lymph node spread of differentiated thyroid cancers. In order to increase the diagnostic sensitivity of fine-needle cyto-punctured lymph nodes, an assessment of Tg levels of the aspirate could be included. Although this technique has been well proven, ...

Phase N/A

Patient Decision Aid in Supporting Decision-Making About When to Start or Stop New Drugs Join Clinical Trials or Continue Active Surveillance in Patients With Medullary Thyroid Cancer and Their Caregivers

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES: I. To assess patient, caregiver, and provider decision-making needs. II. To design and develop an initial patient decision aid prototype. III. To pilot test its acceptability. OUTLINE Participants use decision aid and complete questionnaire.

Phase N/A

The Use of 124-I-PET/CT Whole Body and Lesional Dosimetry in Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

Study rationale High risk patients with differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC) require therapy with 131 I under thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) stimulation. There are two methods of TSH stimulation endogenous by thyroid hormone withdrawal (THW) leading to hypothyroidism and exogenous by injection of human recombinant TSH (rhTSH Thyrogen). The appropriate 131-I ...


Voice Outcomes Following Thyroidectomy

Voice difficulty is a common complaint following thyroidectomy, and while the procedure risks injury to laryngeal nerves involved in voice production, voice difficulty is common even in the absence of evident injury to these nerves. The cause of voice change in these situations is not well defined, and multiple mechanisms ...

Phase N/A

Estimation of Economic Consequences Linked With Different Care Management Pathways of Differentiated Thyroid Cancers

The incidence of Thyroid Cancer (TC) has increased over the last thirty years, in France and worldwide. This increase is mainly due to good prognosis microPapillary TC (mPTC). Sixty percent of diagnosed cancers are considered as over-diagnosed, leading to an over-treatment of these cases. The increase of diagnosis of mPTC ...

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