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Heeze, Netherlands Clinical Trials

A listing of Heeze, Netherlands clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (5) clinical trials

Accuracy of Lymph Node Imaging in Prostate Cancer: PSMA PET-CT and Nano-MRI

Following curative intended therapy in prostate cancer patients, a high proportion of patients (approx. 25%) relapse with local and/or distant recurrence. The metastasis of a lymph node (LN) in a patient with prostate cancer means that the disease has become systemic with the increased risk of disease progression. Therefore the ...

Phase N/A

6.2 miles

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Registry of Treatment Outcomes of Symptomatic Metastasized Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer Treated With Radium-223

Every year approximately 12,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the Netherlands and approximately 2,400 die of this disease. When prostate cancer is limited to the prostate, patients can be operated or radiated with a curative intention, however, metastasized disease is incurable. Initially, prostate cancer responds to testosterone at ...

Phase N/A

6.2 miles

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Self-testing for HCV Re-infection in MSM

Elimination of HCV was recently formulated as a WHO target and was set for the year 2030. Globally, approximately 6.2% of HIV-infected patients are co-infected with HCV. Of the patients living with HIV, people who inject drugs (PWID) and men who have sex with men (MSM) are at particularly high ...

Phase N/A

6.2 miles

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The Impact of a Nutritional Supplement (Impryl ) on Male Fertility

Rationale: Infertility is a worldwide problem and about 10%-15% of all couples will be affected by the inability to have children. In approximately 50% of infertile couples a male factor is involved. In the past decade, the role of oxidative stress on sperm has been researched thoroughly and found to ...

Phase N/A

6.89 miles

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The Dynamic Interplay Between Bleeding Phenotype and Baseline Factor Level in Moderate and Mild Hemophilia A and B

There are large inter-individual differences in the bleeding pattern of patients with moderate or mild hemophilia. The major determinant of bleeding phenotype is the level of coagulant factor VIII or IX. In hemophilia A, studies addressing the association between factor VIII level and the clinical bleeding pattern yield conflicting results. ...

Phase N/A

7.75 miles

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