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Tissue biopsies for the study of FSHD

A single visit study with muscle and/or skin biopsy / blood draw, performed to determine whether a molecular or cellular defect can be attributed to cells of Fascioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD) muscle. This study is recruiting both individuals with genetically confirmed FSHD as well as unaffected healthy (control) individuals.

Michael Kyba
Not specified
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STUDY00000409
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• Genetic confirmation of Fascioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD)
• at least 4 years old
• Healthy Family Members: parent or sibling of someone who has FSHD
Exclusion Criteria:

• heart failure, respiratory insufficiency that requires respiratory support
• taking anticoagulants or anti platelet medications (aspirin or NSAIDs)
Rare Diseases, Heart & Vascular
Fascioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD), Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC)
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Circuit-Based Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinsons disease; Udall Project 1 Aim 2 and 3

Study objectives: -To characterize spontaneous and movement-related LFP changes in STN and GP in externalized patients under conditions that modulates the severity of tremor, bradykinesia and rigidity (off meds/off stim; on meds/off stim; off meds/on stim, on meds/on stim). -To characterize and compare the relative effect of different forms of closed loop stimulation (e.g., triggered at specific thresholds of low beta/HFO PAC or beta band activity) to standard isochronal high frequency DBS on motor signs and performance during movement.

Michael Park
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
1701M04144
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• diagnosis of idiopathic Parkinson's Disease
• DBS surgery or battery replacement at UMN is planned as part of routine clinical care
Exclusion Criteria:

• other significant neurological disorder
• history of dementia
• history of stereotactic neurosurgery
• people who have post-operative complications or adverse effects (e.g. ON stimulation dystonias) that affect patient safety
• women who are pregnant
Brain & Nervous System
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC), DBS, Deep Brain Stimulation, Parkinson's Disease
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The TrialNet Natural History Study of the Development of Type 1 Diabetes

TrialNet is an international research group dedicated to the study, prevention, and early treatment of Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is now understood as a disease that develops over time in stages. Stage 1 starts with the appearance of having two or more autoantibodies. This is followed by Stage 2, which is the development of abnormal blood glucose levels. Stage 3 is the clinical diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes. This study will help us learn more about how Type 1 diabetes occurs through the screening of diabetes-related autoantibodies and monitoring individuals who have tested positive for these autoantibodies.

Antoinette Moran
Not specified
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SITE00000016
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• 2.5 to 45 years old and have an immediate family member with type 1 diabetes (child, parent, or sibling)
• 2.5 to 20 years old who have an extended family member with type 1 diabetes (cousin, niece, nephew, aunt, uncle, grandparent, or half-sibling)
Exclusion Criteria:

• already have diabetes
• history of being treated with insulin or oral diabetes medications
• using systemic immunosuppressive agents (topical and inhaled agents are acceptable)
• have any known serious diseases
Diabetes & Endocrine
T1DM, Type 1 Diabetes

Autonomic and Vascular Mechanisms of Cardiovascular Risk in Women with Post-traumatic Stress-Disorder (PTSD)

Having PTSD is associated with a higher risk of developing Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), which presents a major health risk for women, who are twice as likely as men to develop PTSD. The purpose of this study is to learn more about the mechanisms behind the relationship between PTSD and increased cardiovascular risk. Ultimately, our goal is to use the knowledge gained from this research study to help develop intervention and treatment strategies to protect the cardiovascular health of women with PTSD.

Ida-Arlaine Fonkoue
18 years and over
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STUDY00014457
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• female
• 18 years and older
• pre-menopausal
• must have experienced a past trauma, with or without PTSD Diagnosis
Exclusion Criteria:

• pregnant or breastfeeding
• severe traumatic brain injury
• hypertension
• diabetes
• heart disease
• vascular disease
• illicit drug use within the past 6-months prior to participation
• inability or unwillingness to abstain from nicotine use for at least 12 hours prior to Study Visits 2 & 3
Mental Health & Addiction, Women's Health
Cardiovascular, Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, female, women
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Effects of ziltivekimab versus placebo on morbidity and mortality in patients with heart failure with mildly reduced or preserved ejection fraction and systemic inflammation. (HERMES)

We are looking at a new drug called 'ziltivekimab' to see if it can be used to treat people living with heart failure and inflammation. People will get either ziltivekimab or a placebo (inactive dummy drug). The study drug is an injection given into the fold of the skin on the stomach, thigh or upper arm once every month. People will take the study drug for up to 4 years.

Les Forgosh
18 years and over
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SITE00001919
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• at least 18 years old
• diagnosis of heart failure
• hospitalization or urgent/unplanned visit with a primary diagnosis of decompensated heart failure which required intravenous diuretic treatment, within the last 9 months prior to starting the study
• left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) greater than 40% documented by echocardiogram in the past year
• contact study staff for additional requirements
Exclusion Criteria:

• myocardial infarction, stroke, unstable angina pectoris, transient ischemic attack, or heart failure hospitalization within 30 days
• planned cardiac procedures (ablation, revascularization
• primary pulmonary hypertension, chronic pulmonary embolism, severe pulmonary disease including COPD etc.)
• women who are pregnant, breast-feeding or planning to get pregnant during the study period.
• contact study staff for additional exclusion criteria
Heart & Vascular
Heart Failure
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ANG003-22-101: A Phase 1, Open-Label, Multicenter Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of ANG003 in Patients with Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency Due to Cystic Fibrosis

This experimental drug is being studied as a possible treatment for Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) caused by Cystic Fibrosis (CF). EPI is the inability to properly release pancreatic enzymes that help digest and absorb the food you eat so that your body can use it. During this study, participants will receive one dose of ANG003 with a provided test meal. Participation in this study will last approximately 30 days and will include approximately six study visits; and three telemedicine calls.

Elissa Downs
18 years and over
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SITE00001965
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• confirmed diagnosis of cystic fibrosis (CF)
• clinically controlled Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) with minimal symptoms
• adequate nutritional status measured by body mass index of at least 20kg/m2
Exclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of diabetes mellitus who are unable to refrain from short-acting and rapid-acting insulin on Days 1 and 5 for a daily total of 6 hours
• involuntary loss of 10% or more of usual body weight within last 6 months or involuntary loss of more than 5% of body weight within 1 month
• eequires use of naso-gastric, J-tube, G-tube, and/or enteral feeding
• CF pulmonary exacerbation within last 30 days
• additional criteria (study staff will review)
Rare Diseases
CF, Cystic Fibrosis, EPI, Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
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Stability 2: ACL Reconstruction +/- Lateral Tenodesis with Patellar vs Quad Tendon (Protocol # PRO19020231) (STABILITY 2)

The purpose of this multicenter study is to compare outcomes between patients who will undergo different types of ACL reconstruction. All patients will have a tendon from their own knee used to reconstruct the ACL. Prior to knee surgery, researchers will randomize (i.e. a coin toss) to determine if ACL reconstruction will be done with patellar or quadriceps tendon and if the lateral extra-articular tenodesis will or will not be added to the ACL surgery. We will follow-up with participants as they undergo treatment and recovery after surgery for 2 years.

Jeffrey Macalena
Not specified
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
SITE00000971
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• age 14-25
• ACL deficient knee
• at least two of the following: participate in a competitive pivoting sport; have a pivot shift of grade 2 or greater; have generalized ligamentous laxity
Exclusion Criteria:

• previous ACL repair on either knee
• partial ACL tear
• multiple ligament injury (two or more ligaments requiring surgery)
• pregnancy
Bone, Joint & Muscle
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC), ACL, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, joint instability
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SKOAP: A Sequenced-Strategy for Improving Outcomes in people with knee OsteoArthritis Pain (SKOAP)

There is an urgent public health need to reduce our reliance on opioids for effective long-term pain management, particularly in knee osteoarthritis (KOA). This effectiveness trial will compare recommended treatments to reduce pain and functional limitations in KOA and identify clinical and patient-level factors associated with treatment response. These results will lead to improved patient selection for treatment and inform evidence based guidelines by offering well-tested, effective, non-opioid alternatives.

Clarence Shannon
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
SITE00000944
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Inclusion Criteria:

• have osteoarthritis of a knee(s)
Exclusion Criteria:

• scheduled knee replacement surgery or history of knee replacement in the painful knee
• medical condition that prevents exercise
• untreated bleeding disorder
• ulcers or an open wound near the knee
Arthritis & Rheumatic Diseases
arthritis, knee pain, osteoarthritis
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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Robotic versus Open Radical Hysterectomy for Cervical Cancer (ROCC trial) (ROCC)

This study is to investigate if robotic assisted laparoscopy (small incision surgery), is worse than open surgery (otherwise known as a laparotomy) when performing a radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer. Previous research has been done and shown that patients receiving laparoscopy had an increased risk of recurrence of their cervical cancer. But since that time a lot has been learned and improvements have been made, hence why we are relooking at the differences between the two surgical approaches.

Colleen Rivard
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
SITE00001439
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• 18 years or older
• confirmed cervical cancer with the histological type of adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or adenosquamous carcinoma (Including glassy cell)
• Stage IA2, IBI, IB2 cancer
• able to care for self and do light work
Exclusion Criteria:

• unable to have a MRI
• history of prior pelvic or abdominal radiotherapy
• history of cancer less than 5 years ago with the exception of non-melanoma skin cancer.
Cancer, Women's Health
Cervical Cancer
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A Randomized Phase III, Two-Arm Trial of Paclitaxel/Carboplatin/Maintenance Letrozole Versus Letrozole Monotherapy in Patients with Stage II-IV, Primary Low-Grade Serous Carcinoma of the Ovary or Peritoneum

We are looking at how well letrozole with or without paclitaxel and carboplatin works in treating patients with stage II-IV low-grade serous carcinoma of the ovary, fallopian tube, or peritoneum. Letrozole is an enzyme inhibitor that lowers the amount of estrogen made by the body and may stop the growth of tumor cells that need estrogen to grow. We will compare the effectiveness of the two different treatments.

Rahel Ghebre, Dr
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC048
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• newly diagnosed, stage II-IV low-grade serous ovarian cancer fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancers
• surgery for maximal cytoreduction completed within 8 weeks of randomization
• bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy completed
• able to take oral medications
Exclusion Criteria:

• prior neoadjuvant chemotherapy, endocrine therapy or radiotherapy for the treatment of this disease
• severe cardiac disease
Cancer
Fallopian Tube cancer, Ovarian cancer, Peritoneal cancer, Serous carcinoma
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NRG-BN011: A Phase III Trial of Lomustine-Temozolomide Combination Therapy Versus Standard Temozolomide in Patients with Methylated MGMT Promoter Glioblastoma

We are looking at adding lomustine to temozolomide and radiation therapy when compared to temozolomide and radiation therapy alone (usual care). We will compare the effect (shrinking or stabilizing) and side effects when treating newly diagnosed MGMT methylated glioblastoma. Each of the drugs and radiation work in a different way to stop the growth of tumor cells.

Elizabeth Neil
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC043
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Inclusion Criteria:

• 18 to 70 years old
• no known IDH mutation
• must consent and have tumor submitted within 30 days of surgery
• adequate hematologic, kidney, and liver function (study staff will review)
Exclusion Criteria:

• previous treatment of the brain tumor
• prior cancer (except non-melanomatous skin cancer, cervical cancer in situ and melanoma in situ) unless disease free for a minimum of 2 years
• women who are pregnant or breast feeding
Brain & Nervous System, Cancer
Brain Cancer, Brain Cancer, Glioblastoma
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Dissecting the role of acetaldehyde in oral carcinogenesis

The goal of this study is to better understand how drinking alcohol may lead to oral cancers. Acetaldehyde, a chemical formed when the body breaks down alcohol, is believed to play an important role. This study will measure acetaldehyde and DNA damage levels in the mouth of participants after a low dose of alcohol. The levels will be compared between three groups, all having different degrees of risk for developing oral cancer, in order to identify DNA damage that might be crucial to cancer formation.

Silvia Balbo
18 years and over
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STUDY00012972
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• 21 to 45 years of age alcohol drinker
• Experiences flushing (reddening or warming of face) when you drink OR have Fanconi Anemia
• 18 to 45 years of age non-drinkers
Exclusion Criteria:

• Tobacco or nicotine users
Prevention & Wellness
Alcohol, Fanconi Anemia, drinking
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Can spectral power and coherence reflect the integrity of the efferent cerebellar cortical pathway in cerebellar mutism syndrome?

This study will be measuring brain activity using EEG and assessing motor skills and speech in children following cancerous brain tumor resection. No direct cancer treatments or objectives are being targeted.

Sharyl Samagia-Grivette
Not specified
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STUDY00019602
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• Cerebellar Mutism Syndrome (CMS) & Comparison (without CMS) Groups: ages 10 years 0 months to 25 years 11 months of age & fluent in English (parents/guardian do not need to be fluent in English)
• For those with Cerebellar Mutism Syndrome (CMS): history of resection of posterior fossa tumor at least 2 years before starting the study and at least 3 months post chemotherapy and radiation treatment
Exclusion Criteria:

• Comparison group without CMS: any developmental conditions including ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, speech/language delay or disorder, motor delay/disorder, cognitive delay and/or diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
• any genetic condition
• any neurologic condition including history of stroke, seizure disorder, or brain injury
• history of brain tumor or other cancer diagnosis
• CMS Group: any developmental conditions including ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, speech/language delay or disorder, motor delay/disorder, cognitive delay and/or diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder prior to brain tumor diagnosis
• any genetic condition prior to brain tumor diagnosis
• any neurologic condition including history of stroke, seizure disorder, or brain injury disorder prior to brain tumor diagnosis
Brain & Nervous System, Cancer, Children's Health
brain tumor, cerebellar mutism syndrome (CMS)
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Disparities in REsults of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Treatment (DiRECT): A Prospective Cohort Study of Cancer Survivors Treated With Anti-PD-1/Anti-PD-L1 Immunotherapy in a Community Oncology Setting (DiRECT)

This study compares treatment outcomes between patients of African American/Black (AA) ancestry and European American/White (EA) ancestry currently receiving immune checkpoint inhibitor treatment. Collecting samples of blood and saliva and health and treatment information from racially diverse patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitor treatment over time may help doctors better understand health care disparities among all cancer patients.

Edward Greeno, M.D.
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC058
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Inclusion Criteria:

• self-identify as African/African American/black (AA), or European American/ Caucasian/white (EA), or Hispanic/Latino ethnicity in combination with an AA or EA racial identity
• current diagnosis of invasive cancer at stage I-IV
• scheduled to receive anti-PD-1/-L1 ICI-containing therapy as standard of care treatment alone or in combination with co-treatments
Exclusion Criteria:

• identify as Asian, Pacific Islander, or American Indian/Alaskan Native
• diagnosed with melanoma (because melanoma is very rare in AAs)
• received prior immunotherapy for cancer,
Cancer
Immune checkpoint inhibitor, Cancer, Disparities
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Treatment of Refractory Nausea

We are studying different drugs for the treatment of nausea and vomiting that is caused by chemotherapy treatment of people who have breast cancer.

Kiran Lassi
18 years and over
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MMCORC057
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Inclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of breast cancer and not yet started chemotherapy
• scheduled to receive a single-day chemotherapy regimen that contains doxorubicin and/or cyclophosphamide and/or carboplatin
• scheduled to receive an antiemetic regimen that does not contain Akynzeo
Exclusion Criteria:

• clinical evidence of current or impending bowel obstruction
• history of central nervous system disease (e.g., brain metastases or a seizure disorder)
• uncontrolled diabetes mellitus or uncontrolled hyperglycemia
• long term treatment (> 5 days within the past 30 days) with an antipsychotic agent such as risperidone, quetiapine, clozapine, a phenothiazine, or a butyrophenone within 30 days before enrollment or plans for such treatment during the study period
• taking benzodiazepines regularly (> 5 days within the past 30 days); (PRN) use (=< 5 days) for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety, anxiety associated with depressive symptoms
Cancer
Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer, Chemotherapy, Nausea
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Pragmatica-Lung: A Prospective Randomized Study of Ramucirumab (LY3009806; NSC 749128) Plus Pembrolizumab (MK-3475; NSC 776864) Versus Standard of Care for Participants Previously Treated With Immunotherapy for Stage IV or Recurrent Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

We are comparing the effectiveness of the combination of ramucirumab and pembrolizumab compared to the usual chemotherapy for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer that is stage IV or that has come back after a period of improvement (recurrent). The drugs work in different ways to stop the growth of tumor cells. We will compare how well the treatment regimens work and the side effects that occur.

Nicole Hartung
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC068
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• at least 18 years old
• confirmed non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) which is stage IV (metastatic) or has recurred
• must have received at least one previous treatment of immune therapy
• must have received platinum-based chemotherapy
• able to care for self with occasional assistance
Exclusion Criteria:

• may not have received more than one treatment with immunotherapy for stage IV or recurrent disease
• may not receive receive another investigational drug during study participation
Cancer
Immunotherapy, Lung Cancer, Lung Cancer, Non Small cell lung cancer, NSCLC, Stage IV lung cancer
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Internet-delivered Management of Pain Among Cancer Treatment Survivors (IMPACTS)

We are studying an internet-based pain coping skills program with pain education for cancer survivors who have persistent pain. Pain severity and interference will be compared to people who receive only pain education. The pain coping program has 8 sessions that are completed in the first 10 weeks of starting the study. The group that receives only pain education will receive access to the program after 6 months. Everyone is followed for 9 months

Edward Greeno, M.D.
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC055
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Inclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of invasive cancer that has been treated with either single therapy or any combination of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy/drug therapy
• may be either off all treatment OR actively receiving anticancer therapy in an adjuvant (after surgery) setting, maintenance setting, or for active cancer that is felt to be stable and/or controlled and not rapidly progressive
• less than/equal to 5 years since the completion of their anticancer therapy
• experiencing continued pain
Exclusion Criteria:

• cancer history of only superficial skin cancers or in situ malignancy
• only preexisting pain conditions unrelated to cancer or cancer treatment (e.g., migraine or tension headache, arthritis, back disorders, bursitis/tendonitis, injuries, fibromyalgia)
• known or suspected diagnosable substance use disorder or opioid overuse disorder
• enrolled in hospice care or end-of-life palliative care
Cancer
Cancer Pain, Cancer Survivorship
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A Phase II Randomized Trial of Olaparib (NSC-747856) Administered Concurrently With Radiotherapy Versus Radiotherapy Alone for Inflammatory Breast Cancer

We are studying how well radiation therapy with or without olaparib works in treating people with inflammatory breast cancer. Olaparib may keep cancer cells from repairing themselves, making them die. We want to see if adding this drug to radiation therapy is more effective.

Kiran Lassi
18 years and over
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MMCORC051
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Inclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of inflammatory breast cancer without distant metastases
• completed neoadjuvant chemotherapy prior to mastectomy
• radiation therapy has not been given to the affected breast
• able to swallow and retain oral medications and have no known gastrointestinal disorders likely to interfere with absorption of the study medication
Exclusion Criteria:

• active uncontrolled infection, symptomatic congestive heart failure, unstable angina pectoris or cardiac arrhythmia.
• history of uncontrolled ventricular arrhythmia, recent (within 3 months) myocardial infarction, uncontrolled major seizure disorder, unstable spinal cord compression, superior vena cava syndrome, or extensive interstitial bilateral lung disease
Cancer
Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer, Inflammatory Breast Cancer
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CORRECT-MRD II: Second Colorectal Cancer Clinical Validation Study to Predict Recurrence Using a Circulating Tumor DNA Assay to Detect Minimal Residual Disease (MRD)

We are enrolling people who have had complete surgical removal of a stage II or stage III colorectal cancer. We will draw blood samples for circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) to find out if this blood test can be used to detect recurrence of the cancer. People will be followed for at least 3 years and up to 5 years.

Edward Greeno, M.D.
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
MMCORC050
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Inclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of cancer of the colon or rectum (CRC)
• complete surgical resection, with last surgery occurring within 180 days prior to enrollment
Exclusion Criteria:

• started adjuvant (after surgery) therapy for current CRC diagnosis
• women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
• history of any invasive cancer except non-melanoma skin cancer
Cancer
Colon Cancer, Colon Cancer, Colorectal Cancer
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A Phase III Clinical Trial Evaluating De-Escalation of Breast Radiation for Conservative Treatment of Stage I, Hormone Sensitive, HER-2 Negative, Oncotype Recurrence Score Less Than or Equal to 18 Breast Cancer (DEBRA)

We are comparing treatment of early stage, hormone positive breast cancer with and without radiation therapy. One group will receive radiation therapy with endocrine therapy and the other group will receive endocrine therapy alone. We want to find out if there is any difference in how often breast cancer recurs in the same breast.

Jocelin Huang
18 years and over
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MMCORC044
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• completed surgery to remove a breast tumor and there isn't any evidence of remaining tumor.
• Early stage (T1) tumor without lymph node involvement and a Oncotype DX Recurrence Score of less than or equal to 18
• ER and/or PgR positive and HER2 negative tumor
Exclusion Criteria:

• tumor size larger that T1
• surgical procedure was a mastectomy
• any treatment with radiation therapy, chemotherapy, biotherapy, and/or endocrine therapy given for the currently diagnosed breast cancer prior to study entry
• Women who are pregnant or breast feeding
Cancer
Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer, Radiation, Stage 1 breast cancer. Hormone positive breast cancer
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Testing Effective Methods to Recruit Sexual and Gender Minority Cancer Patients for Cancer Studies: Aim 1 SGM Interviews

In Aim 1, we will document, in depth, SGM’s attitudes towards participating in NIH cancer research, identifying the facilitators and barriers that each group reports influences their willingness to participate. We will also investigate any impact poor cancer care and discrimination has on research participation. We will investigate these in cisgender SM men, cisgender SM women and gender minority cancer patients (n=15 per group) and compare experiences within these small populations and between SGM and a cisgender, heterosexual patient comparison group

B R Simon Rosser
18 years and over
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STUDY00016416
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• people who identify as LGBT
• at least 18 years of age
• currently living in the US
• diagnosed with and treated for cancer.
• speak English
Exclusion Criteria:

• people who have been diagnosed with cancer but haven't been treated
Cancer, Community Health
Cancer, LBGT
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A Randomized Phase III, Two-Arm Trial of Paclitaxel/Carboplatin/Maintenance Letrozole Versus Letrozole Monotherapy in Patients with Stage II-IV, Primary Low-Grade Serous Carcinoma of the Ovary or Peritoneum

Britt Erickson
18 years and over
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SITE00002052
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• newly diagnosed, stage II-IV low-grade serous ovarian cancer: Ovarian cancer includes ovarian, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal cancers
• must have undergone an attempt at maximal cytoreductive surgery and a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
• ambulatory and capable of all selfcare but unable to carry out any work activities; up and about more than 50% of waking hours
• surgery no more than eight weeks before starting the study
• able to take medications by mouth
• contact study staff for additional inclusion criteria
Exclusion Criteria:

• have received neoadjuvant or adjuvant chemotherapy or radiotherapy for the treatment of this disease
• received previous hormone therapy for the treatment of this disease
• history of severe cardiac disease
• central nervous system metastases
• active (except for uncomplicated urinary tract infection) or uncontrolled systemic infection
• neuropathy causing more than moderate pain and affecting daily activity
Cancer, Women's Health
Fallopian Tube Serous Cancer, Ovarian Low Grade Serous Cancer, Peritoneal Serous Cancer
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Long-term toxicities and quality of life of cancer survivors treated with immunotherapy

Immunotherapies, such as immune checkpoint inhibitors, have greatly improved survival for many cancers and are now approved for over half of all cancer patients. However, many patients receiving immunotherapy experience Grade 3 and 4 toxicities, termed immune-related adverse events (IRAEs) which cause frequent hospitalizations, emergency department visits, impaired health-related quality of life (QOL) and often discontinuation of therapy. While clinical trials of immunotherapeutic drugs have reported on IRAEs over short time-periods, the real-life and long-term frequencies of and experiences with IRAEs outside of clinical trials, and the general experience of taking immunotherapies long-term remain unknown. The goal of this protocol is to build a prospective cohort study of cancer survivors who receive immunotherapies.

Rachel Vogel
18 years and over
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STUDY00016320
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Individuals diagnosed with cancer and treated with immunotherapies within the MHealth Fairview system
Cancer
immunotherapy, Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC)
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Increasing HPV vaccination coverage among pediatric, adolescent, and young adult (PAYA) cancer survivors: A multilevel intervention

The study will evaluate oncologist-, clinic-, and patient-level interventions to increase HPV vaccination initiation and 3-dose completion among survivors of childhood cancer. This study is designed using the Fogg Behavior Model, which proposes that behavior change occurs when an individual is motivated, has the ability to change behavior, and triggers for the behavior to occur. We will test the effect of a Game-based Learning Avatar-navigated mobile (GLAm) app provided to adult survivors of childhood cancer and caregivers of survivors of childhood cancer <18 years of age. Simultaneously, we will test the effect of a strong oncologist recommendation for HPV vaccination to trigger vaccination, and electronic health record reminders to initiate and complete the vaccine series.

Deanna Teoh
Not specified
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SITE00001561
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• current patient in the University of Minnesota CCSP clinic or the Children's Minnesota Long-Term Follow-up (LTFU) Program clinic
• seen in the CCSP clinic who do not have a history of cancer but who have received immunosuppressive therapy or HSCT for treatment of a hematologic disorder
• survivor of childhood cancer (diagnosed with cancer at age 25 years or younger) who is currently 18-26 years of age OR a caregiver of a survivor of childhood cancer who is currently 9-17 years of age
• at least 6 months post-treatment (current treatment for graft-versus-host disease allowed)
• no previous HPV vaccination or incomplete HPV vaccination
• people who are unsure of their HPV vaccination status and are unable to find vaccination records (study staff will review)
Exclusion Criteria:

• previously completed HPV vaccination series
• unable to read and write in English
• pregnant or plans to become pregnant in the next year
• currently receiving treatment for cancer or hematologic disorder or plan for treatment in next 12 months
• immediate hypersensitivity reaction to any vaccine component (study staff will review)
Cancer, Children's Health
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC), cancer survivors, HPV, vaccination
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Lifestyle Counseling and Medication for Adolescent Weight Management (QUEST)

This study will compare the effectiveness and durability of intensive behavioral counseling vs. medical management plus low-intensity behavioral counseling on BMI, body fat, cardiometabolic risk factors, and quality of life in adolescents with severe obesity. We hypothesize that Wegovy (semaglutide) plus low-intensity behavioral counseling will elicit superior reductions in BMI and body fat and greater improvement in cardiometabolic factors and quality of life compared to intensive behavioral counseling at 56 weeks.

Aaron Kelly
Up to 18 years old
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STUDY00012932
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• ages 12-17
• BMI greater than or equal to the 95th percentile for age and sex
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• Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes
• use of medications for obesity in the past 6 months
• any treatment with growth hormone
• bariatric surgery -major mental health diagnosis (study staff will review)
• pregnant or plan to become pregnant
• significant medical diagnosis (study staff will review)
Diabetes & Endocrine, Children's Health
Obesity, Overweight, weight loss
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HM2021-31: A Phase 1b Open-Label Study to Evaluate the Safety and Anti-cancer Activity of Loncastuximab Tesirine in Combination with Other Anti-cancer Agents in Patients with Relapsed or Refractory B-cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (LOTIS-7)

This protocol aims to characterize the safety and tolerability of loncastuximab tesirine in combination with gemcitabine, lenalidomide, polatuzumab vedotin, or umbralisib, and to identify the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) and/or recommended dose for expansion (RDE) for any of the combinations in subjects with relapsed or refractory B-cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. This project aims to address the resistance mechanisms to single agent therapies and enhance efficacy by engaging different targets, in synergistic or additive manner.

Marie Hu
18 years and over
STUDY00015805
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Male or female participant aged 18 years or older Pathologic diagnosis of relapsed (disease that has recurred following a response) or refractory (disease that failed to respond to prior therapy) B-NHL (2016 World Health Organization classification) who have failed, or been intolerant to any approved therapy and had received at least two systemic treatment regimens in dose-escalation part; and at least one systemic treatment regimen in dose-expansion part DLBCL (including transformed diseases, but for Arms E and F, including transformed FL only) HGBCL FL MZL MCL (for Arm C only) BL (for Arm C only) Life expectancy of at least 24 weeks according to Investigator's judgement Need of systemic treatment for any of the listed indications as assessed by the investigator, including indolent B-NHLs (e.g. FL and MZL) Measurable disease as defined by the 2014 Lugano Classification Availability of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tumor tissue block ECOG performance status 0 to 2 Adequate organ function Women of childbearing potential (WOCBP) must agree to use a highly effective method of contraception from the time of giving informed consent until at least 10 months after the last dose of loncastuximab tesirine. Men with female partners who are of childbearing potential must agree to use a condom when sexually active or practice total abstinence from the time of giving informed consent the first dose until at least 7 months after the last dose of loncastuximab tesirine. Men must refrain from donating sperm during this same period. For the arm that includes glofitamab, WOCBP must agree to use contraceptive methods that result in a failure of <1% per year or remain abstinent (refrain from heterosexual intercourse) during the treatment period and for at least 18 months after pretreatment with obinutuzumab. For the arm that includes mosunetuzumab, WOCBP must agree to use contraceptive methods that result in a failure of <1% per year or remain abstinent (refrain from heterosexual intercourse) during the treatment period and for at least 3 months after the final dose of mosunetuzumab and tocilizumab (if applicable).
Exclusion Criteria:
Known history of hypersensitivity resulting in treatment discontinuation to or positive serum human ADA to a CD19 antibody Previous therapy with loncastuximab tesirine Previous treatment with polatuzumab vedotin, glofitamab or mosunetuzumab (applied to relevant arm and/or cohort of the specific drug administered) Participants who received previous treatment of polatuzumab vedotin containing regimen will be excluded from Arm C Participants who received previous treatment of glofitamab containing regimen will be excluded from Arm E Participants who received previous treatment of mosunetuzumab containing regimen will be excluded from Arm F Allogenic or autologous stem cell transplant within 60 days prior to start of study drug (C1 D1) Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) seropositive Serologic evidence of chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection and unable or unwilling to receive standard prophylactic antiviral therapy or with detectable HBV viral load Serologic evidence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection without completion of curative treatment or with detectable HCV viral load History of confirmed progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy History of Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis, or macrophage activation syndrome (MAS)/hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) Lymphoma with active central nervous system (CNS) involvement at the time of screening, including leptomeningeal disease Clinically significant third space fluid accumulation (i.e., ascites requiring drainage or pleural effusion that is either requiring drainage or associated with shortness of breath) Breastfeeding or pregnant Significant medical comorbidities Major surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, or other anti-neoplastic therapy, within 14 days prior to start of study drugs (C1 D1), except shorter if approved by the Sponsor Live vaccine within 4 weeks prior to C1D1 Failure to recover to Grade ≤1 (Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events [CTCAE] version 5.0) from acute non-hematologic toxicity (Grade ≤2 alopecia) due to previous therapy prior to screening Active second primary malignancy other than non-melanoma skin cancers, non-metastatic prostate cancer, in situ cervical cancer, ductal or lobular carcinoma in situ of the breast, or other malignancy that the Sponsor's medical monitor and Investigator agree and document should not be exclusionary Extra Exclusion Criteria for Arms E (includes glofitamab) and F (includes mosunetuzumab) Note: as applicable, the arm-specific exclusion criteria may supersede the general ones, such as stem cell transplant. Prior allogeneic stem cell transplant and solid organ transplant Autologous stem cell transplant within 100 days prior to C1D1 History of CNS lymphoma or leptomeningeal infiltration Current or history of CNS disease, such as stroke, epilepsy, CNS vasculitis, or neurodegenerative disease Known active infection, reactivation of a latent infection, whether bacterial, viral, fungal, mycobacterial, or other pathogens (excluding fungal infections of nail beds), or any major episode of infection requiring hospitalization or treatment with intravenous (IV) antibiotics within four weeks prior to C1D1 Active or history of autoimmune disease or immune deficiency, including but not limited to, myasthenia gravis, myositis, autoimmune hepatitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, Wegener granulomatosis, Sjögren syndrome, Guillain Barré syndrome, or multiple sclerosis, with certain exceptions Prior treatment with anti-cancer/lymphoma targeted therapies (e.g., tyrosine kinase inhibitors, systemic immunotherapeutic/immunostimulating agents, including, but not limited to, cluster of differentiation 137 agonists or immune checkpoint blockade therapies, including anti-cytotoxic T-lymphocyte-associated antigen 4 (CTLA-4), anti-programmed cell death protein 1 (PD1), and anti-programmed death ligand 1 (PDL1) therapeutic antibodies, radio-immunoconjugates, ADCs, immune/cytokines and monoclonal antibodies) or treatment with systemic immunosuppressive medication (including, but not limited to, cyclophosphamide, azathioprine, methotrexate, thalidomide, and anti-tumor necrosis factor agents) within 4 weeks or five half-lives of the drug, whichever is shorter, prior to C1D1, or anticipation of need for systemic immunosuppressive medication during study treatment, with certain exceptions Prior treatment with chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy within 30 days prior to C1D1 Toxicities from prior anti-cancer therapy including immunotherapy that did not resolve to ≤ Grade 1 with the exception of alopecia, endocrinopathy managed with replacement therapy and stable vitiligo Any history of immune-related Grade ≥3 AE with the exception of endocrinopathy managed with replacement therapy Ongoing corticosteroid use >25 mg/day of prednisone or equivalent within 4 weeks prior and during study treatment Administration of a live attenuated vaccine within 4 weeks prior to the first dose of study treatment or anticipation that such a live attenuated vaccine will be required during the study or within 5 months after last dose of study treatment Extra Exclusion Criteria for Arm E (includes glofitamab) only. • Known history of hypersensitivity to obinutuzumab
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC)
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Bupropion for the Prevention of Postpartum Smoking Relapse

Our central hypothesis is that bupropion will prevent postpartum smoking relapse among women who quit smoking during pregnancy. To explore this hypothesis, we will conduct a two-arm, double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial using rigorous, validated and reproducible methods that will be implemented by a team of experienced investigators who are familiar with this population. We will enroll pregnant women (n=230) who quit smoking after learning they were pregnant and are motivated to stay abstinent postpartum. Participants will be randomized to receive extended-release bupropion (active 300mg or placebo once daily beginning 4 to 10 days postpartum to 12 weeks post-randomization). All participants will complete the same data collection procedures (e.g., biological sample collection for hormone and cotinine analysis and completion of validated questionnaires) at baseline (gestational week 36), weekly from 4 to 10 days postpartum through 12 weeks post-randomization and at weeks 12, 24, 36 and 52 post-randomization. Intervention adherence will be confirmed quantitatively via high-performance liquid chromatography using biological samples. The implications of this novel study, pursued by a highly skilled and productive team, will directly advance the current state of the science by expanding on the role of a known pharmacotherapy within this highly vulnerable population. Further, should our central hypothesis be supported, the dissemination of this intervention is clinically applicable, relevant and maybe immediately pursued.

Sharon Allen, PhD
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
STUDY00007684
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• age 18 to 40
• lifetime history of smoking at least 100 cigarettes, quit smoking during current pregnancy
• uncomplicated delivery, at least 37 weeks gestation
• home within 10 days of delivery
• don't want to start smoking again
Exclusion Criteria:

• currently use other forms of tobacco or nicotine (e-cigs, chew, snuff, etc.)
• currently use cessation aids
• currently use illicit drugs or alcohol dependence
• taking an antidepressant
• family history of seizures or seizure disorder
Mental Health & Addiction, Women's Health
postpartum, smoking, smoking cessation
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A Double-blind, Randomized, Placebo-controlled, Multicenter Study Assessing the Impact of Olpasiran on Major Cardiovascular Events in Patients with Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease and Elevated Lipoprotein (a)

This study is for people who have an unknown or elevated lipoprotein (a) in their blood and have atherosclerotic heart disease, which is a thickening or hardening of the arteries caused by buildup of plaque in the inner lining of an artery. The high Lp(a) concentration and heart disease means there is a higher risk for new heart disease events and stroke. This study is being done to learn more about olpasiran (AMG 890) in people with cardiovascular disease and elevated Lp(a). It will see if olpasiran (AMG 890) reduces cardiovascular events, lowers Lp(a), and whether it causes any side effects.

Daniel Duprez
18 years and over
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STUDY00018650
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• history of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
Exclusion Criteria:

• severe renal dysfunction
• elevated Aspartate aminotransferase (AST)
• history of stroke
Heart & Vascular
Clinics and Surgery Center (CSC), Cardiovascular, prevention
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A Phase 1/2, First-in-Human, Open-Label, Dose-Escalation Study of the Safety and Pharmacodynamic Activity of Gene Therapy for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia through Administration of an Adeno-associated Virus (AAV) Serotype 5-Based Recombinant Vector Encoding the Human CYP21A2 Gene

This is a study designed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of a one-time gene therapy (BBP-631) for adult patients diagnosed with classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). The goal of gene therapy for CAH is to give the body a functioning CYP21A2 gene using a vector (an agent used to deliver a gene into the body). Having a functioning CYP21A2 gene in the adrenal gland may allow the body to naturally produce its own cortisol and aldosterone. The study treatment and follow-up lasts 1 year with a long-term follow-up of 4 more years.

Kyriakie Sarafoglou
18 years and over
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STUDY00012144
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• adults with classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
• on stable oral hydrocortisone (HC) regimen as the only glucocorticoid (GC) maintenance therapy
• no prior gene therapy or AAV-mediated therapy
Exclusion Criteria:

• positive for anti-AAV5 (Adeno-Associated Virus Type 5) antibodies
• history of adrenalectomy and/or significant liver disease
• women who are pregnant
Diabetes & Endocrine
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
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A Phase 1/2 Study of the Oral RET Inhibitor LOXO-292 in Pediatric Patients with Advanced RET-Altered Solid or Primary Central Nervous System Tumors; Protocol Number: LOXO-RET-18036 (J2G-OX-JZJJ) (LIBRETTO-121)

This is an open-label, multi-center, Phase 1/2 study of oral LOXO-292 in pediatric patients with an activating RET alteration and an advanced solid or primary CNS tumor.

Emily Greengard
6 months to 21 years old
STUDY00008874
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Advanced or metastatic solid or primary CNS tumor which has failed standard of care therapies Evidence of an activating RET gene alteration in the tumor and/or blood Measurable or non-measurable disease Karnofsky (participants 16 years and older) or Lansky (participants younger than 16) performance score of at least 50 Participant with primary CNS tumors or cerebral metastases must be neurologically stable for 7 days prior and must not have required increasing doses of steroids within the last 7 days Adequate hematologic, hepatic and renal function. Ability to receive study drug therapy orally or via gastric access Willingness of men and women of reproductive potential to observe conventional and effective birth control
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Major surgery within two weeks prior to planned start of LOXO-292 Clinically significant, uncontrolled cardiac, cardiovascular disease or history of myocardial infarction within 6 months prior to planned start of LOXO-292 Active uncontrolled systemic bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic infection Clinically significant active malabsorption syndrome Pregnancy or lactation Uncontrolled symptomatic hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism (i.e. the participant required a modification to current thyroid medication in the 7 days before start of LOXO-292) Uncontrolled symptomatic hypercalcemia or hypocalcemia Known hypersensitivity to any of the components of the investigational agent, LOXO-292 or Ora-Sweet® SF and OraPlus®, for participants who will receive LOXO-292 suspension Prior treatment with a selective RET inhibitor(s) (including investigational selective RET inhibitor[s])
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