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Find Trials by Type of Lymphoma and Treatment Status     

Last update: 06/14/2016   

An aid in the discussion of trials -- tools for patients, caregivers, and oncologists - requiring no registration steps or the disclosure of personal information

Study Results for Lymphoma and CLL trials with start and end dates, number enrolled

How long does it take to complete a typical study?
 How many completed studies are practice changing or inform future studies?

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lymphoblastic | MCL | MZL / MALT | Ocular | PMBCL |
T-cell | Transformed | Waldenstrom's | Other: QOL, GVHD, MDS, Chemo-induced Neuropathy | Related Resources
 


Type of Lymphoma

Click count as of Feb 2013: 3,861

TIP: From ClinicalTrials.gov,
click
On a Map
to locate trials by region
 

Previously
Untreated
 Clicks

since
9/16/13

2,027

Relapsed Clicks

since 9/21/13

1,295

Relapsed 
AND Not
Transplant

Clicks


 

 

Get current click count
from source

updated queries are
in ascending date order
(left to right)



AIDS/HIV-related 
 
 

Untreated

12

Relapsed  13 Not Transplant 

Relapsed & transplant  

10

10

> > | > | > | >   8/15/14


 
Anaplastic Large Cell  

 

Untreated

21

Relapsed

24

Not Transplant 14 > | > | >  6/11/14


 
Burkitt's  

  

Untreated 34 Relapsed

29

Not Transplant

20 > | > | >    6/11/14


 
Central Nervous System  

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Untreated  75 Relapsed 58 Not Transplant 17 > | > | >  6/11/14


 
Childhood  

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Untreated  8 Relapsed 6 Not Transplant  14 > | > | > 6/11/14


 
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia  (CLL/SLL) 
  

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Untreated  515 Relapsed 180 Not Transplant 39 > | > | >  8/15/14


 
Cutaneous (skin) lymphoma  

 

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Untreated 22 Relapsed 18 Not Transplant  18  > | > | >  6/11/14


 
Diffuse Large B-Cell (DLBCL)

 

Untreated  202 Relapsed 231  
Not Transplant
 
Transplant 

 
Auto Transplant  
  
155
 
15

43

 

 
> > | >  > | > | > | >

  


DLBCL
with c-myc genetic change

 

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DLBCL, Alliance Trials 

 
All Studies 33 - - - - > 6/11/14


 
Primary Mediastinal B-cell

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Untreated 60 Relapsed 53 Not Transplant 20 > | > | >  6/11/14


 
Epstein Barr Virus-related

 

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Untreated  20 Relapsed 6 Not Transplant 6 > | > | >  6/11/14


Follicular b-cell 

 

Untreated

435 Relapsed 353 Not Transplant

Previously untreated
NOT chemotherapy
 
 
 113

  39


 

 
>  > | >  > | > |  >

6/11/14

 

 
Follicular,  Grade 3
 

 Untreated 62 - - - - >

 
Follicular - Alliance Trials 

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 All Studies 68 - - - -
>


Hodgkins 

Untreated 146 Relapsed 138 Not Transplant 50 > | > | >  6/11/14

 
Nodular lymphocyte
predominant (NLPHL)
 

 All Studies

63

- - - - >

 
Pediatric

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Untreated 6 Relapsed 3 - - > | > 


 
Lymphoblastic (b or t cell)

  

Untreated 93

Relapsed

57 Not Transplant > 25 > | > 6/11/14


 
Mantle Cell  

 

Untreated 154 Relapsed 76 Not Transplant 35 > | > | >  6/11/14


 
Marginal Zone / MALT  
  

Untreated 210 Relapsed 121 Not Transplant 64 > | > | > | >  6/11/14


   
Ocular (eye) , b or t cell 

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Untreated 16 Relapsed 7 Not Transplant 8 > | > | >  6/12/14

 
T-cell lymphoma, all types 

Untreated  127 Relapsed  41 Not Transplant 15 > | > | >  6/12/14

 
Anaplastic Large Cell
 

Untreated 18 Relapsed  17 - - > | >

 
Angioimmunoblastic
 

Untreated 53 Relapsed 39 Not Transplant 5 > | > | >

 
Enteropathy type 6/21/14
 

All studies NEW - - - - >

 
Mycosis Fungoides OR
Sézary syndrome
 

Untreated  46 Relapsed 50 Not Transplant  4



>  > | > | >

 
Natural Killer (NK) cell
 

All studies 11 - - - - >

 
Peripheral (PTCL)
 

Untreated 128 Relapsed 131 Not Transplant 12 > | > | >

 
prolymphocytic leukemia
 

All Studies 12 - - Not Transplant 5 > | >


 
Transformed (from indolent)
 

Untreated 78 Relapsed 20 , 70 Not Transplant 41 > | > > | >  6/12/14
 
Transformed - treated with radioimmunotherapy (by request)
 

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All studies 6 - - - - > 6/12/14


 
Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia

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Untreated 122 Relapsed 16 , 45 Not Transplant 20 >> > | >  6/12/14


Other
 

- - - - - - -

Quality of Life (QOL)
 
All trials 7 - - - - >  6/12/14
 
Graft versus Host disease (GVHD)  
 
All trials 3 acute 1 chronic

steroid refractory
 

5

5

 > | > | > | >  6/12/14
 
Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
 
All trials 46 - - - - >  6/12/14


Chemotherapy-induced
peripheral neuropathy (ciPN)
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All trials 22 - - - - >   6/12/14


How to Use this Tool:

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Locate your type of lymphoma, then click the query that best matches your treatment status.
 
The queries above are commands that locates studies in the ClinicalTrials.gov database.
 
A list of protocols will appear in a new ClinicalTrials.gov window.
 
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TIP:  Click the Results on Map tab to find studies near you.
 

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From the list of studies, click the protocol name to open it.

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Review the Inclusion and Exclusion information to see if you are eligible to participate.

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The protocol will often provide contact information. 

Feel free to contact investigators directly, but we feel that it's best to have the investigator and
your treating oncologist discuss the potential of the study to meet your clinical needs -- relative to other options.

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If feasible:  Consult an independent Expert for the most objective information about what trials may be appropriate for you.

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About Counts

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Click the > symbol to read the latest click count for the query

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When we modify the query (to improve it), we maintain the click count for the prior query, such as:

> NEW count for modified query on top

> 435 count for outmoded queries below.

See Also:

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How to inquire about trials

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7 Reasons to Consider Clinical Trials: based on your clinical circumstances

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Usage statistics for the queries above

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