Clinical Studies for PTLD Cancer
The goals of the PTLD Cancer clinical studies are to evaluate whether this investigational treatment works and whether it is safe for patients with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease (PTLD). PTLD is a type of cancer or lymphoma that may occur after bone marrow or organ transplant. It may occur due to the Epstein Barr Virus when the immune system is suppressed.
Phase 3 clinical studies of an investigational treatment are currently enrolling patients with EBV-related PTLD cancer. These are single arm open-label studies, which means every participant will receive the investigational treatment since the study is not designed with a placebo.
These studies are currently enrolling patients of any age who have the following select criteria:
had a bone marrow or organ transplant
been diagnosed with EBV-related PTLD, which is a type of cancer or lymphoma, after their transplant
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