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Marseille Cedex 5, France Clinical Trials

A listing of Marseille Cedex 5, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (129) clinical trials

French National Database of Rare Dermatological Cancers

CARADERM is a French national multidisciplinary project which will prospectively enroll from 37 French centers any patient presenting with Merkel cell carcinoma, advanced basal cell carcinoma requiring systemic treatment or cutaneous adnexal carcinoma. A structured and centralized database of clinical monitoring of patients will be established. Information captured will include ...

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Neurovascular Product Surveillance Registry

An observational, prospective, multi-center, single-arm registry to provide continuing evaluation and periodic reporting of safety and effectiveness of Medtronic Neurovascular market-released products used in the treatment of Intracranial aneurysms.

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EURopean Study on Encephalitis in Intensive CAre

Prospective observational multicenter study in European ICUs. All patients admitted to the ICU for probable or confirmed Acute encephalitis (2013 IDSA - Infectious Disease Society of America criteria) will be included. Factors associated with a poor prognosis will be identified by multivariate analysis using a logistic regression.

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Validation of a Fetal Urine Peptidome-based Classifier to Predict Post-natal Renal Function in Posterior Urethral Valves

The ANTENATAL project requires the use of fetal urine as well as post-natal urine, post-natal serum and, possibly, amniotic liquid. We will take an additional tube during the takings collected for routine management of the disease. The analysis of samples will be carried out in Toulouse at the Institute of ...

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Efficacy of Colonoscopy Colon Capsule and Fecal Immunological Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Fecal immunological test (FIT) is the reference screening method in average risk patient. FIT is proposed every 2 years to all asymptomatic subjects with average risk aged from 50 to 74 years in France. Optical colonoscopy (OC) is the gold standard examination for patients at increased risk of colorectal cancer, ...

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Biological and Clinical Database for Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

Pancreatic cancer represents the fifth cause of death by cancer in Western countries. In over 90% of cases, it is due to an adenocarcinoma. The only curative treatment for pancreatic cancer remains the surgical exeresis. This one can only be suggested as a curative treatment in only 10 to 15% ...

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Telomeres and Arterial Aging

Specific objectives: To determine whether TL during early development, which is primarily reflected in muscle TL, and LTL attrition during development, which is primarily expressed in the difference between muscle TL and LTL, are associated with indices of arterial aging. To examine the relation between EPC-TL to endothelial regenerative capacity ...

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Early Diagnosis of TTR Amyloidosis by Use of Molecular Biology

Study of the TTR gene by complete sequencing; search for amyloidogenic mutations of the TTR gene (according to the site http: // amyloidosismutations.com / mut-attr.php) in the laboratory of molecular biology of the CHU BICTRE (APHP) managed by Pr Anne Mantel. Preselection of the cases to be tested among the ...

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Post-ATU Study of Nivolumab

In order to reach goals of this study, collaboration had been established between BMS and the RIC-Mel network (network for Research and Clinical Investigational Research on Melanoma) (NCT03315468). The RIC-Mel network has set up a national database in order to reference the active file of melanoma patients in France. The ...

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