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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

Prospective Trial to Compare ADR of G-EYE Colonoscopy With Standard Colonoscopy

This is a single-center, two-arm , randomized, open-label study intended to compare the detection rate obtained by performing G-EYE colonoscopy vs. the detection rate obtained by performing standard colonoscopy. The study will enroll 350 subjects. Consecutive adult subjects who were referred for elective colonoscopy will be asked to enroll in ...

Phase N/A

I-124 PET/CT Based Remnant Radioiodine Ablation Decision Concept in Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

Thyroid nodules are a common clinical problem. Epidemiologic studies have shown the prevalence of palpable thyroid nodules to be approximately 5% in women and 1% in men living in iodine-sufficient parts of the world and up to 30% in iodine deficient regions, such as Germany. The clinical importance of thyroid ...

Phase N/A

Molecular Classifier for the Fine Needle-based Assessment of Malignancy Risk in Thyroid Nodules

Currently, the diagnosis of malignancy of thyroid nodule is based on cytological assessment of fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) classified according to the Bethesda System for Reporting of Thyroid Cytopathology. This does not allow for the definitive diagnosis of cancer in significant proportion of tumors, so called indeterminate nodules (Bethesda class ...

Phase N/A

Determination of Pronostics Factors for Advanced Thyroid Carcinoma (pT3 pT4 or M1 at Diagnosis)

It is generally estimated that 5 % of patients with thyroid cancer will develop distant metastases, and most of them had an advanced stage of the disease at presentation. Thirty per cent of them are resistant to radio iodine therapy and are called "refractory". Their long term survival is estimated ...

Phase N/A

Radiolabeled Molecules for Medullary Thyroid Cancer

Medullary thyroid carcinomas can also be located by scintigraphy with 111In-DTPA (diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid) -octreotide. In some studies, there is a sensitivity for the detection of these tumors by this method, 50-70%. The relationship of calcitonin and carcinoembryonic antigen levels were significantly higher in patients in whom scintigraphy was performed ...


Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: is There a Need for Radioiodine Ablation in Low Risk Patients?

Open-label randomized phase III trial, using a non-inferiority comparison design. After randomization,patients will receive either post-operative radioiodine ablation with an activity of 1.1 GBq (30 mCi) after stimulation by rhTSH, and then be followed-up (ablation group) or be followed-up (without postoperative radioiodine ablation) (follow-up group). The objective is to assess ...


Assessment of Quality of Life After Adjunct Radioiodine Therapy in Patients With Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

The aim of this study was to assess the impact of adjuvant radioactive iodine therapy on the quality of life(QOL) in differentiated thyroid cancer patients and to identify independent factors affecting changes in the QOL.

Phase N/A

Genomic Profiling of Nodular Thyroid Disease and Thyroid Cancer

This is an open-ended prospective registry. The patients who were diagnosed with thyroid nodules will have a complete clinical and US evaluation. Thyroid nodule biopsy indication and FNA vs core biopsy choices will be made entirely on the clinical grounds, by the managing physicians. Thyroid nodule biopsies may be performed ...

Phase N/A

Trail Evaluating Apatinib With IMRT for Inoperable or Iodine Refractory Thyroid Cancer

To determine the efficacy and safety of intensity modulated radiation therapy combined with apatinib for inoperable or iodine refractory thyroid cancer.


Renal Tracer Elimination in Thyroid Cancer Patients Treated With 131-Iodine

131-I during radioiodine treatment of patients with differentiated thyroid cancer is mainly renally excreted. It is advised in the clinical guidelines that serum creatinine should be determined before applying 131-I and if necessary the administered dose should be reduced. Nevertheless no guideline gives advice in what extent the dose should ...

Phase N/A