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Incomplete Follow Up After Positive FIT or Stool DNA Testing: A Multimethod Approach

This study seeks to determine whether a patient navigator can help improve follow up care after a stool test shows the presence of blood or other abnormal markers.

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  • 04 Oct, 2022
  • 1 location
Microbiota or Placebo After Antimicrobial Therapy for Recurrent C. Difficile at Home (MATCH) (MATCH)

The purpose of this study is to determine whether Fecal Microbiota Therapy (FMT) is effective vs. placebo in the prevention of C. difficile infection recurrence.

diarrhea
antibiotic therapy
ileus
toxic megacolon
microbiota
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  • 07 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location
Unintentional Weight Loss After Oesophagectomy (UWL)

The incidence of cancer of the oesophagus is increasing. While surgical removal of the tumour (oesophagectomy) may offer the best chance of cure, such major operations are associated with long-term complications such as poor appetite, unintentional weight loss and nutritional impairments. In the long-term, unintentional weight loss of 10-30% increases …

Accepts healthy volunteers
adenocarcinoma
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  • 05 May, 2022
  • 1 location
COLO-COHORT (Colorectal Cancer Cohort) Study

This is a cross-sectional study aimed at identifying factors which best predicts patients at high risk of colorectal cancer or colorectal adenomas and to develop a risk prediction model.

adenoma
cancer screening
cancer
intestinal cancer
endoscopy
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  • 26 Jan, 2021
  • 3 locations
Diagnostic Accuracy of M3 in Predicting Colorectal Advanced Adenoma Recurrence (M3-AA) (M3-AA)

The investigators aim to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of FIT and the novel panel of four bacterial gene markers collectively named as M3, to detect recurrent advanced adenomas in patients with history of colonic adenomas.

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  • 04 Oct, 2022
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Reducing Colonoscopies in Patients Without Significant Bowel Disease (RECEDE)

Investigating people with bowel symptoms uses a test that detects traces of blood in the stools, the FIT test. There are many possible reasons for positive tests. A few people have cancer. However, most participants with symptoms don't have any serious bowel disease but have benign problems such as piles …

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  • 25 Mar, 2022
  • 4 locations