|drug1001||Data registry Wiki||0.41|
|drug1289||Famotidine 20 MG Wiki||0.29|
|drug1034||Diagnostic Laboratory Biomarker Analysis Wiki||0.29|
|D015451||Leukemia, Lymphocytic, Chronic, B-Cell NIH||0.71|
|D007945||Leukemia, Lymphoid NIH||0.58|
|D016393||Lymphoma, B-Cell NIH||0.41|
|D008258||Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia NIH||0.41|
|D008228||Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin NIH||0.41|
|D009190||Myelodysplastic Syndromes NIH||0.29|
|D020522||Lymphoma, Mantle-Cell NIH||0.29|
|D054198||Precursor Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Lymphoma NIH||0.29|
|D009196||Myeloproliferative Disorders NIH||0.24|
|D003141||Communicable Diseases NIH||0.03|
|HP:0005526||Lymphoid leukemia HPO||0.58|
|HP:0005550||Chronic lymphatic leukemia HPO||0.58|
There are 6 clinical trials
This study is being done to see if the investigational drug, anakinra, prevent or reverse the severe side effects caused by CAR-T cell therapy.
Description: Determine the rate of severe neurotoxicities, >/= Grade 3 or any grade seizure, within the first 4 weeks of treatment with prophylactic use of anakinra in participants receiving CD19-specific CAR T cellsMeasure: Arm 1 (CAR T Cell Group) Rate of Severe Neurotoxicities Time: 4 weeks
Description: proportion of patients able to avoid death or mechanical ventilation within 28 days from the start of the treatment.Measure: Arm 2 (COVID-19 Group) proportion of patients able to avoid death or mechanical ventilation Time: 28 days from the start of treatment
The main objective of this retrospective clinical epidemiology study is to describe the characteristics of Covid-19 cases requiring hospitalization in adult patients with lymphomas during the initial phase of the epidemic (from 01/03/20 to 30/04/20). The specific objectives are to estimate the frequency of severe forms of Covid-19 and those requiring intensive care hospitalisation, as well as the mortality related to the epidemic among the active file of patients followed for lymphoma at each study site, to investigate whether certain chemotherapy and/or immunotherapy treatments seem to be associated with severe forms or prolonged evolutions of Covid-19, to describe possible atypical clinical forms among the population of patients treated for lymphoma. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
The COVID-19 epidemic (Coronavirus Disease 2019) which is currently raging in France is an emerging infectious disease linked to a virus of the genus coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). The first cases were reported in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019 . Globally, it has been placed in the "pandemic" stage by the WHO since March 11, 2020. Coronavirus viruses have been responsible for epidemics in the past such as the SARS epidemic in 2002 (Syndrome Severe Acute Respiratory) linked to the SARS-CoV virus, or the epidemic of MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) that affected the Middle East in 2012. Patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) / lymphocytic lymphoma or Waldenstrom Disease (WD) therefore represent a population at high risk of developing a severe form in the event of COVID-19 infection. To date, no data is available in the literature to assess the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic in this population of patients with CLL / lymphocytic lymphoma or WD.
Description: Hematological pathology DescriptionMeasure: Prognostic factors for healing of COVID-19 infection Time: Day 0
Description: Describe the management carried out concerning Coronavirus infection and its impact on the treatment of hemopathy.Measure: Medical care of Coronavirus infection Time: within 12 months after diagnosis
Description: Allow national epidemiological monitoring and regularly inform the hematology community.Measure: national epidemiological monitoring Time: through study completion, an average of 2 years
France was gradually affected by SARS-Cov-2 from January 2020; it evolved in an epidemic mode in March and April 20. During the 1st phase of the epidemic, more than 250 000 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in France resulting in the death of more than 30,000 patients. Mortality from infection varies greatly depending on the age of the affected individuals and their comorbidities including a history of cancer. We conducted a retrospective study in 89 patients with lymphoma and Covid-19 during the first phase of the epidemic and showed a 30-day mortality of 29%. Mortality was higher in patients over 70 years of age and in a situation of relapsed or refractory disease. Lymphoma-induced hypogammaglobulinemia and / or lymphopenia as well as chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments are known to promote the development of infections in affected individuals. Among these, anti-CD20 monoclonal antibodies, widely prescribed to treat B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphomas (B-NHL) induce a rapid depletion of over 95% of mature CD20 + B cells. This can alter the production of antibodies, and the constitution of memory responses to a new pathogen. Also, B lymphocytes have a key immunomodulatory role in the control of viral infections. The specific immune response to SARS-CoV -2 and its evolution remain under characterization. Regardless of their neutralizing capacity, specific IgM appear 5 days after the onset of symptoms while IgG appear after 14 days. The immune response to SARS-CoV-2 also includes a T lymphocyte component, with an increase, among circulating lymphocytes, of activated CD8 and CD4 T lymphocytes. Data are still lacking on the specific response of CD4 and CD8 T lymphocytes against SARS-CoV-2, but these responses probably play a crucial role in virus clearance as well as in the immunopathology associated with SARS-CoV-2. Therapeutic depletion of B lymphocytes before acute infection may alter the generation of primary and functional responses. Therefore, a growing concern is whether patients with B-NHL who have acquired an infection with SARS-CoV-2 are protected against re-infection in the same way when they have or have not received anti-CD20 monoclonal antibodies. Analyzing the clinical and immunological evolution of Covid-19 in patients with B-NHL is useful to adapt the treatment recommendations in their regard according to the risk of severe form of Covid-19 . This is a multicenter, prospective study to determine whether treatment with monoclonal anti-CD20 antibodies in patients with B-cell NHL modifies the clinical and immunological course of Covid-19.
Description: Quantification of IgG anti-SARS-Cov-2 by ELISA.Measure: Immunological response to SARS Cov2 Time: 6 months to one year ater Covid-19
Description: length(s) of stay(s) for Covid-19 in hospitalization and intensive careMeasure: Clinical evolution after Covid-19 diagnosis Time: 6 months after Covid-19
This phase II trial studies the effects of ibrutinib in treating patients with B-cell malignancies who are infected with COVID-19. Ibrutinib may stop the growth of tumor cells by blocking some of the enzymes needed for cell growth. Ibrutinib is a first in class Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitor (BTKi), for the treatment of B-cell malignancies. This study is being done to determine if taking ibrutinib after contracting COVID-19 will make symptoms better or worse.
Description: Will calculate the proportion of patients who were outpatient at the time of study entry, and evaluate whether or not patients in this cohort required hospitalization associated with their coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection.Measure: Proportion of patients who require hospitalization for their COVID-19 disease or die (Cohort 1) Time: Up to 28 days after study registration
Description: Will characterize and calculate the proportion of patients who develop a "flare phenomenon" if ibrutinib is stopped. Will calculate corresponding 95% exact binomial confidence intervals for these outcomes. These will be graphically and quantitatively compared, where chi-square or Mantel-Haenszel-Cochran tests will be used to compare the numbers of patients who have the incident event of interest between treatment arms or other groups of interest.Measure: Rate of "flare phenomena" (Cohort I) Time: Up to 84 days
Description: We will evaluate and characterize baseline status and changes in 8 primary COVID-19 related symptoms in these outpatient subjects: fever, loss of smell, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, aching muscles, diarrhea, and decreased appetite. These will be assessed using the Patient-Reported Outcomes version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (PRO-CTCAE). Resolution of symptoms will be defined as no fever, no loss of smell, and severity or frequency of the remaining six symptoms rated as 0 (none/never) or 1 (mild/rarely) on the PRO-CTCAE.Measure: Patient-reported health and symptom status (Cohort I) Time: Up to 84 days
Description: We will characterize and summarize overall and by B-cell histologic diagnosis whether or not patients suspend their ibrutinib therapy while in an outpatient setting during the first 28 days on study, and patterns of resumption of ibrutinib. Specifically, we will evaluate this outcome by assessing the number of days patients received ibrutinib in the first 28 days after enrollment on this trial.Measure: Patterns on ibrutinib therapy during COVID-19 infection (Cohort I) Time: Up to 84 days
Description: Will characterize and summarize the need for and duration of oxygen supplementation.Measure: Intubation and oxygen supplementation (Cohort II) Time: Up to 84 days
Description: The proportions of patients who are documented as having viral clearance at the various time points will be summarized at each time point within each treatment arm. These proportions will be evaluated within as well as across the cohorts. Within each cohort, we will compare these rates at each of the time points using chi-square or Mantel-Haenszel-Cochran tests to assess differences between treatment arms or groups. Further, logistic regression models will be used to assess incidence of viral clearance and how treatment arm and other demographic and clinical factors affect the ability of patients to achieve viral clearance.Measure: Viral clearance Time: On days 15, 28, 42, and 56 after registration
Description: The proportion of patients who are able to develop COVID-19 antibodies by days 15 and 28, defined as the number of patients who have a threshold level of detectable COVID-19 antibodies divided by the total number of patients in the specific cohort/arm.Measure: Development of COVID-19 antibodies Time: Up to 28 days
Description: Will evaluate the baseline as well as change in plasma cytokines between treatment arms: IL-1beta, IL-1Ralpha, IL-2, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL- IL-9, IL-10, IFNgamma, IP10, TNFalpha in longitudinal samples.Measure: Cytokine measures Time: Up to 84 days
Description: Will evaluate the baseline as well as change in several immune cell subsets, including CD3 T cells, CD4 T-helper cells (and their subsets), CD8 T-suppressor cells (and their subsets), NK cells, B cells, and monocytes.Measure: Immune subset measures Time: Up to 84 days
This study investigates whether donors with previous exposure to COVID-19 can pass their immunity by hematopoietic (blood) stem cell transplant (HCT) donation to patients that have not been exposed. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the virus that causes the COVID19 infection. This study may provide critical information for medical decision-making and possible immunotherapy interventions in immunocompromised transplant recipients, who are at high risk for COVID19 severe illness.
Description: Testing for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies will be performed on serum samples using in house developed enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The qualitative assays will be developed to investigate Spike subunit 1 (S1)-specific antibodies of the IgG, IgM and IgA subclasses in serum and saliva samples. All SARS-Cov-2 seropositive donor-HCT recipient pairs patients will undergo cellular immunogenicity evaluations using flow cytometry. The data analysis for estimating the effect of donor immunity transfer on functional cellular immunity through time will be exploratory in nature and will focus on graphical display and summary statistics. Longitudinal levels of T cells specific for SARS-CoV-2 S will be measured as a correlate of immunity transfer efficiency.Measure: Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-Coronavirus 2 (CoV-2) Spike protein (S)-specific IgG concentration and T cell levels Time: Up to 180 days post-hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HCT)
Description: Testing for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies will be performed on serum samples using in house developed ELISA. The qualitative assays will be developed to investigate nucleocapsid (N)-specific antibodies of the IgG, IgM and IgA subclasses in serum and saliva samples. All SARS-Cov-2 seropositive donor-HCT recipient pairs patients will undergo cellular immunogenicity evaluations using flow cytometry. The data analysis for estimating the effect of donor immunity transfer on functional cellular immunity through time will be exploratory in nature and will focus on graphical display and summary statistics. Longitudinal levels of T cells specific for SARS-CoV-2 N antigens will be measured as a correlate of immunity transfer efficiency.Measure: SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein (N) -specific IgG concentration and T cell levels Time: Up to 180 days post-HCT
Description: Evaluation of SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibody titers in serum samples will be performed using SARS-CoV-2 lentiviral-pseudovirus based on published protocols. Spike incorporation into the pseudovirus will be verified and quantified by western blot using Spike-specific antibodies (Sino Biological) and by ELISA using Spike Detection kit (Sino Biological), respectively.Measure: SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies Time: Up to 180 days post-HCT
Description: Testing for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies will be performed on serum samples using in house developed ELISA.Measure: SARS-CoV-2 IgA concentration Time: Up to 180 days post-HCT
Description: The data analysis for estimating the effect of donor immunity transfer on functional cellular immunity through time will be exploratory in nature and will focus on graphical display and summary statistics. Longitudinal levels of T cells specific for SARS-CoV-2 S or SARS-CoV-2 N antigens will be measured as a correlate of immunity transfer efficiency.Measure: SARS-CoV-2 -specific T cell memory profile and associated function Time: Up to 180 days post-HCT
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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