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Taking part in a clinical trial can be a good choice but it is often hard to find a clinical trial that is right for you. Many patient organisations and websites maintain lists of clinical trials. The following table lists some of the clinical trials available worldwide. Please note: this is not an exhaustive list, so please check with your local patient organisation. Other trials may be available in your country. If you are aware of an open trial that should be listed here, please send us the trial information to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Trial Name Subtype Results Agents Phase Status Sponsor
Cabozantinib in HGUtS High Grade Uterine Sarcoma Not availalble yet Cabozantinib II Open, recruiting EORTC
Mitigate  GIST Not available yet A novel PET-CT tracer specifically developed to target cell surface receptors of GIST cells I/IIa Open, recruiting Medical University Innsbruck, European Union
CABO-GIST  GIST Not available yet Cabozantinib II Open, recruiting  EORTC
ALT-GIST  GIST Not available yet Imatinib alternating with Regorafenib vs. Imatinib alone II Open, recruiting The Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group in collaboration with the EORTC
rEECur Ewing's sarcoma Not available yet Four different chemotherapy regimens II/III Open, recruiting University of Birmingham
Euro Ewing 2012 Ewing's sarcoma Not available yet Different chemotherapy regimens III Open, recruiting University of Birmingham
BLU-285 GIST incl. D842V mutation Not available yet BLU-285 I Open, recruiting Blueprint Medicines Corporation
Crenolanib GIST (D842V mutation) Not available yet Crenolanib vs. placebo in D842V mutated GIST III Open, recruiting Arog Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


The Chordoma Foundation has a extensive list of clinical trials designed specifically for chordoma patients, as well as other relevant trials recommended by the Chordoma Foundation’s MAB on their website. Please see for the clinical trials list here

 

 

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