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There are 2 clinical trials
RAD-18-001 is a First-In-Man, Dose Escaltion study conducted at 2 sites. The dose escalation will be performed based on a 3 + 3 design. Increasing dose levels starting at 1 MBq will be followed by 2, 4 and 7 MBq. If the highest dose level of 7 MBq is reached without Dose Limiting Toxicicities (which will stop the dose escalation), this will be the recommended dose for further exploration. Acceptability of up to 7 MBq gives the opportunity to explore the doses of the dose escalation split into two administrations, and given as two separate injections 1 week apart. Split doses of 1, 2 and 3.5 MBq will be administered as two injections. Each subject will be followed until disease progression (in the abdominal cavity), or for 12 months after the administration of Radspherin® (whichever comes first).
Description: To investigate safety and toxicity of Radspherin®Measure: Number of participants with Dose Limiting Toxicities as assessed by CTCAE v5.0. Time: 12 months
Description: To determine the MTD of Radspherin®, among the four suggested doses 1, 2, 4 and 7 MBq, as a single intraperitoneal (IP) injection and two repeated IP injections following cytoreductive surgery (CRS)Measure: Maximum Tolerated Dose (MTD) Time: 21 days
The current infection with the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) is an exceptional health situation which requires an adaptation of our management practices in gynecological oncology. Data from the literature suggest that infection with Coronavirus is serious in subjects with cancer with a risk of severe form 5 times higher than that of the population without cancer and a risk of death multiplied by 8. In addition, the risk of infection would be 3 times greater in case of cancer. Faced with the COVID-19 epidemic, the investigator must organize themselves to ensure continuity in the treatment of patients with gynecological cancer but also adapt our practices in the management (CPR, teleconsultation, adaptation of treatment or even postponement of treatment). The objective of the High Council of Public Health is to be able to ensure adequate oncological care avoiding any potential loss of chance concerning the care of cancer: people affected must, despite the pandemic, have care allowing the same level of curability (localized cancers) or the same life expectancy (advanced cancers). This must be done by limiting as much as possible the impact on the organization of the service, the organization of patient follow-up and the psychological impact that these possible modifications could have. The hypotheses of our study are that the exceptional health situation linked to this pandemic leads to a change in the care of patients with gynecological cancer associated with a psychological impact and increased anxiety of patients during their care. Despite the extent of the pandemic, very little existing data makes it possible to define recommendations with a sufficient level of evidence.
Description: modification of the planned therapeutic managementMeasure: percentage of patients with a change in the planned therapeutic management (surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormone therapy) Time: Day O
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