Is there any clinical trial with Keytruda as supplemental treatment for Pancan?
Thanks for the info.
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I have a friend that had pancreatic cancer and was afterwards diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome. She takes Keytruda and has experienced no tumors in about 1.5 years.
There is a clinical trial at the Markey Cancer Center at the University of Kentucky.
You can search the US government's website in general here:
You can also filter by specific criteria. For example, specifying "Pancreatic Cancer" as the Condition/Disease, "Keytruda" (Pembrolizumab) as the Intervention/Treatment, and "Recruiting" in the "Looking for participants" checkbox under "Study Status" returns a list of 37 studies (as of 11/6/2023):
You'll probably need to refine the filters even further to get the right type and stage of pancreatic cancer, the trial phase you want, the right locations and eligibility criteria, etc., but hopefully this gets you in the ballpark.
It can also be useful to select the "with results" checkbox if you're looking at studies that have already closed and want to see how the study worked out.
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Thank you for the valuable information!
@henfayp, if you would like help finding clinical trials for which you may be eligible, you can contact Mayo Clinic Clinical Trials to find out more about active and upcoming trials.
Phone: 800-664-4542 (toll-free)
Thank you for the information.
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