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Chordoma Clinical Trials

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

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Found (5) clinical trials

Study of Individuals and Families at High Risk for Cancer

OBJECTIVES: - Identify individuals at high risk of cancer, especially due to personal or family medical history. - Evaluate and define clinical spectrum of disease in syndromes predisposing to cancer. - Quantify risks of tumors in family members. - Map, clone, and determine function of tumor susceptibility genes. - Identify ...

Phase N/A

Natural History Study of Patients With Central Nervous System Tumors Being Evaluated at the National Institutes of Health

OBJECTIVES: - Evaluate patients with CNS tumors who are probable future candidates for NCI phase I and II protocols. - Follow patients with CNS tumors that are representative of important scientific and/or clinical principles. - Attain a steady flow of patients with CNS tumors at the NIH, which will help ...

Phase N/A

Identifying New Families With Multiple Members Affected by Chordoma

OBJECTIVES: - To determine the feasibility of conducting a larger study encompassing the remaining English-speaking patients at Massachusetts General Hospital with chordoma. - To identify new families with multiple members affected by chordoma to participate in clinical and gene mapping studies. OUTLINE: Patients complete a questionnaire about demographics (education, marital ...

Phase N/A

Children and Adults With Chordoma

Background Chordomas are a rare tumor with an incidence of 325 new cases per year in the United States. Pediatric chordomas are very rare and comprise only 5% of all chordoma cases. The standard therapy for localized primary or recurrent chordomas is surgical resection. However, complete surgical resection is often ...

Phase N/A

Genetic Clues to Chordoma Etiology: A Protocol to Identify Sporadic Chordoma Patients for Studies of Cancer-Susceptibility Genes

Background Chordoma is a rare, slow growing, often fatal bone cancer derived from notochord remnants. It occurs in the axial skeleton (skull base, vertebrae, sacrum, coccyx), is more frequent in males, and has a median age at diagnosis of 58.5 years, with a wide age range. This typically sporadic tumor ...

Phase N/A