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PROMPT: A trial of pembrolizumab after weekly paclitaxel for recurrent ovarian cancer

Researchers are conducting the PROMPT trial to see if the study drug (pembrolizumab) can be used as a maintenance treatment to slow the growth/return of cancer after treatment with paclitaxel (standard chemotherapy drug). Normally, after receiving paclitaxel, patients are observed without treatment as maintenance treatment is not standard for this …

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PROTECTOR: A study looking at surgical options for preventing ovarian cancer

For a woman who's at increased of developing ovarian cancer, the standard practice is to offer an operation to remove both tubes and ovaries (risk reducing salpingo oophorectomy' or RRSO). Removing both tubes and ovaries (RRSO) is at present the most effective or best way we have to prevent ovarian cancer in women who are at increased risk. This is…

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RAMP 201: A study of Defactinib and VS-6766 in recurrent low grade serous ovarian cancer

In this study, researchers want to find out how safe and effective it is to use two new drugs, alone or in combination, to treat recurrent, low grade serous ovarian cancer (LGSOC). The drugs used in this trial are both a type of drug called a kinase inhibitor. Kinase inhibitors block cancer cell growth. The drugs involved in this trial are: …

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RaNGO: Rare neoplasms of gynaecological origin

Gynaecological cancer patients are all managed within 34 Cancer Centres located across the UK. These centres are only likely to see 1–5 new patients per year with rare gynaecological cancers. The low numbers of these cancers means that no single doctor or centre in the UK (or internationally) can hope to gain sufficient experience to be able to con…

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ROCkeTS: A study looking at improving tests for ovarian cancer

The aims of the trial are to: help diagnose ovarian cancer earlier when treatment is likely to work better help identify which women need further investigations for possible ovarian cancer and reduce unnecessary tests, hospital visits and distress in women who do not have ovarian cancer try to develop a blood test that is more specific an…

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SIGNPOST: Systematic genetic testing for personalised ovarian cancer therapy

Genetic testing in ovarian cancer patients is now being implemented across the NHS. It's hoped that by doing this, patients across the NHS will have even better treatments and that in some families, cancers will be prevented. This trial offers a genetic test to women with certain types of ovarian cancer. This is to detect gene alterations that …