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Liuying Township, Taiwan Clinical Trials

A listing of Liuying Township, Taiwan clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

Found (56066) clinical trials

Study participation will last about a year.   Following a screening period of up to 6 weeks, qualified participants will be randomly assigned to the oral investigational medication, C0R388, or a placebo (an inactive substance).   During the treatment period, the participants will visit the research center 9 times over a 48 …

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Infectious meningitis is an inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord caused by the meningococcus bacteria. Adolescents and young adults have an increased risk of this infection.  

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A research study is enrolling healthy toddlers ages 12 – 15 months who have received three out of four doses of Prevnar13® pneumonia vaccine. Participants will receive the fourth dose of either Prevnar13® or investigational vaccine.  

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People with recurrent or progressive brain metastases may be eligible for this trial.  All tumors will be submitted to the Alliance biorepository for tracking and processing.  Samples will undergo central biomarker testing.  Patient's tumor samples will be tested for the presence of mutations predicting sensitivity to each inhibitor.  Patients harboring …

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People who are diagnosed with an oligodendroglioma and who haven't yet undergone treatment may be eligible.  This study is comparing two standard regimens, radiation followed by PCV (Procarbazine, CCNU, and Vincristine) or radiation with temozolomide during and after radiation, to see which is better.  

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People who were previously diagnosed with an anaplastic astrocytoma (WHO grade III astrocytoma) and now have evidence that their tumor has returned or has tarted to grow again without concern that it has progressed to a glioblastoma (WHO grade IV astrocytoma) may be eligible to participate.  This study is comparing …

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People who were previously diagnosed with glioblastoma (Grade IV) or Grade III glioma, and now have evidence that their tumor has come back or has started to grow again, and who would otherwise be getting surgery or a biopsy as part of their treatment may be eligible.  At the time …

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People with either a new diagnosis of glioblastoma or with evidence that their tumor has returned or started to grow again may be eligible.  This trial is studying multiple treatment options, with the results of molecular testing on the tumor determining which arm(s) a person would qualify for.  This trial …

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People who were just diagnosed with glioblastoma and have yet to get treatment may be eligible.  This trial is investigating whether a common blood pressure drug is helpful to prevent or diminish side effects of radiation when it is combined with the standard treatment for glioblastoma.  

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