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Investigating the Effects of Atezolizumab in People Whose Tumour DNA or RNA Indicates Possible Sensitivity
This study will investigate the effects of atezolizumab on select cancer types in people whose analysis of tumour DNA and RNA indicates they may be sensitive to atezolizumab. This study aims to determine if the information from the cancer genome analysis corresponds with the effects of atezolizumab on individuals and their cancer. This is a Phase 2 study, which is undertaken after preliminary safety testing on a drug is completed, and will involve approximately 200 participants. Participants are assigned to one of 8 cohorts based on their primary tumour type: breast, lung, gastrointestinal (GI), primary unknown, genitourinary (GU), sarcoma, gynecological, and 'other' cancer types. Participants in all cohorts will receive the same dose of atezolizumab (1200 mg every 3 weeks). In the first stage for each cohort, 8 participants will be enrolled and if no participants respond to treatment, enrollment to that cohort will be closed. If 1 or more participants respond to treatment, up to 16 additional participants will be enrolled to that cohort. Participants continue on treatment until they no longer may benefit from the treatment or they decide to stop treatment.Vancouver, British ColumbiaStart: June 2020
Phase-II Study of Lu177DOTATOC in Adults With STTR(+)Pulmonary, Pheochromocytoma, Paraganglioma, Unknown Primary, Thymus NETs (PUTNET), or Any Other Non-.GEP-NET.
Determine the safety and effectiveness of Lu-177 DOTATOC in adult subjects with somatostatin receptor-expressing Pulmonary, Pheochromocytoma, Paraganglioma, Unknown primary, and Thymus neuroendocrine tumors or any other non-.GEP-NET. The treatment regimen will consist of 4 doses of 200 (±10%) mCi 177Lu-DOTATOC administered at 8+/- 1-week intervals.Houston, TexasStart: July 2021
The Registry of Oncology Outcomes Associated With Testing and Treatment
This study is to collect and validate regulatory-grade real-world data (RWD) in oncology using the novel, Master Observational Trial construct. This data can be then used in real-world evidence (RWE) generation. It will also create reusable infrastructure to allow creation or affiliation with many additional RWD/RWE efforts both prospective and retrospective in nature.Start: April 2021
Integrated Cancer Repository for Cancer Research
The iCaRe2 is a multi-institutional resource created and maintained by the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center to collect and manage standardized, multi-dimensional, longitudinal data and biospecimens on consented adult cancer patients, high-risk individuals, and normal controls. The distinct characteristic of the iCaRe2 is its geographical coverage, with a significant percentage of small and rural hospitals and cancer centers. The iCaRe2 advances comprehensive studies of risk factors of cancer development and progression and enables the design of novel strategies for prevention, screening, early detection and personalized treatment of cancer. Centers with expertise in cancer epidemiology, genetics, biology, early detection, and patient care can collaborate by using the iCaRe2 as a platform for cohort and population studies.Palm Coast, FloridaStart: October 2013