Study to Evaluate 5-ALA Combined With CV01 Delivery of Ultrasound in Recurrent High Grade Glioma
A Phase 1 Multi-center clinical Trial Evaluating the Safety and Tolerability of 5-aminolevulinic Acid (5-ALA) Combined With CV01 Delivery of Ultrasound for Sonodynamic Therapy (SDT) in Patients With recurrent High Grade Glioma (HGG)
Study With Infigratinib in Subjects With Advanced Solid and CNS Tumors or Recurrent or Progressive Low-Grade Glioma With Selected FGFR1-3 Alterations
The phase 1b study is aimed at determining the pediatric recommended phase 2 dose (RP2D) of Infigratinib. The phase 2 study will evaluate efficacy and safety of infigratinib.
Systematic Light Exposure in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors
Children and adolescents treated for a brain tumor often experience fatigue and cognitive symptoms, such as slowed information processing and inattention. These symptoms may cause difficulty carrying out daily activities at home and at school. There are few well-researched, non-pharmacological interventions aimed at improving symptoms of fatigue and by extension cognitive symptoms. Systematic bright light exposure has been shown to improve symptoms of fatigue in adult survivors of cancer and children treated for some forms of cancer. This is a pilot/feasibility study and the first known study in children treated for a brain tumor....
SYSTEMATIC SYMPTOM ASSESSMENT IN CANCER PATIENTS TREATED WITH IMMUNE CHECKPOINT INHIBITORS
Immune-related adverse events (irAEs) can be different in their onset, kinetics and presentation but unlike chemotherapy are seldom predictable. Toxicity can affect nearly any organ system and multiple presentations of rare but severe irAEs have been reported, highlighting the relevance of vigilant monitoring. Although early detection and timely management of high grade or special interest irAEs (such as cardiac and neurological) is obvious, it is unclear whether early identification of less serious events can lead to clinical benefit. Furthermore, it is of the utmost importance to develop new tools which can increase...
Systemic Targeted Adaptive RadioTherapy of NeuroEndocrine Tumors.
There are several ways of personalizing PRRT (peptide receptor radionuclide treatment) in NEN (neuroendocrine neoplasia). Nevertheless, the current treatment regimen is not personalized. This trial aims to compare personalized PRRT to non-personalized PRRT in terms of safety, efficacy and resource demands in order to optimize treatment outcomes in an evidence-based manner in future.
Tafasitamab Plus Lenalidomide in Relapsed CNS Lymphoma
This is a single arm open-label multicenter phase I/II investigation of combination lenalidomide/Tafasitamab in patients with relapsed central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma. This is the first study to examine a naked anti-CD19 monoclonal antibody in relapsed CNS lymphoma patients as well as the combination of anti-CD19 antibody plus an Immunomodulatory imide drugs (IMiDs) in CNS lymphomas. This study will also test the novel hypothesis that Tafasitamab enhances blood-brain barrier permeability, a potential property that could have broad clinical implications.
Tazemetostat+Nivo/Ipi in INI1-Neg/SMARCA4-Def Tumors
This research study involves a combination of three drugs given together as a possible treatment for malignant rhabdoid tumor, atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor, epithelioid sarcoma, chordoma or other tumors that are deficient in one of two possible proteins, either INI-1 (SMARCB1) or SMARCA4. The names of the study drugs involved in this study are: - Tazemetostat (TAZVERIK) - Nivolumab (OPDIVO) - Ipilimumab (YERVOY)
TBR-760 in Adult Patients With Non-Functioning Pituitary Adenomas
This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to assess the safety, tolerability, efficacy, PK, and PD of the chimeric dopamine-somatostatin receptor agonist, TBR-760, in adult patients with NFPA over 52 weeks.
Tebentafusp in Molecular Relapsed Disease (MRD) Melanoma
Researchers are trying to find ways to improve the management of people with intermediate or high risk resected cutaneous melanoma or with primary uveal melanoma. This research study is investigating using a new blood test to decide when to give a drug called tebentafusp. Tebentafusp has been used in clinical trials in patients with advanced cutaneous and uveal melanoma. This study is designed to determine if tebentafusp can help patients with cutaneous or uveal melanoma live longer.
Temporally-modulated Pulsed Radiation Therapy (TMPRT) After Prior EBRT for Recurrent IDH-mutant Gliomas
This clinical trial studies the side effects of temporally-modulated pulsed radiation therapy (TMPRT) in patients with IDH-mutant gliomas who have previously received radiation therapy to the brain. TMPRT is a radiation technique in which radiation is delivered in multiple small doses on a specific timed interval, instead of delivering one large dose at one time. This technique may improve efficacy while reducing toxicity and improving patient quality of life.