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Clinical Trials: Open Enrollment
The following is a listing of all trials currently enrolling brain tumor patients at UCLA.
 
What clinical trials are available at UCLA Neuro-Oncology?
Choosing to participate in a clinical trial is an important, personal decision. It is often helpful to talk to a physician, family members, or friends about deciding to join a trial. After identifying some trial options, the next step is to contact the study research staff and ask questions about specific trials.

For more information about any of the UCLA Neuro-Oncology Program’s clinical trials listed, please contact Emese Filka, Clinical Trials Coordinator, at (310) 794-3521

Study AgentIRB IDTrial:Details
MEDI473614-001460[Ludwig LUD2013-006]:
18-FDG16-000600Dr. Ellingson 18-FDG-PET (2016):
5-FC (Flucytosine)10-001147[Tg 511-09-01]:
ABT 41416-000649Abbvie M13-813 (RTOG 3508) :
ACP-19615-001667[Acerta ACE-ST-209]:
aCTL and IL-211-000790[aCTL Immunotherapy (Dr Liau)]:
AG88115-000792Agios_AG881-C-002:
CDX-110, Temozolomide11-002220[Celldex CDX110-05] :
Lapatinib (GW572016), TMZ, RT12-000493[Lapatinib_Nghiemphu]:
Nivo16-000365BMS CA209548:
Nivo16-000207BMS CA209-498:
Nivolumab, the combination of Nivolumab and ipilimumab14-000075[BMS CA209143]:
Toca 51115-001608[Tg 511-15-01]:
VB-11115-001545 VBL VB-111-215 :



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