Card Grid - Our clinical trials

A study for ovarian cancer patients that aims to show whether there is an association between participation in exercise and greater adherence to chemotherapy.
A study to evaluate the feasibility, safety and potential benefits of an individually tailored, exercise intervention during chemotherapy for recurrent ovarian, primary peritoneal or fallopian tube cancer.
A Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) comparing Sentinel Lymph Node Dissection (SLND), a commonly performed procedure for the surgical staging of early stage endometrial cancer, to No Node Dissection.
Targets obese, young or co-morbid patients with early endometrial cancer and aims to treat these women less invasively through the use of the Mirena IUD which treats the cancer from inside the uterus.
Researchers will use blood and tissue samples collected as part of the feMMe trial, to identify whether a endometrial cancer patient will or will not benefit from Levonorgestrel delivered through an intrauterine device (LNG-IUD), in place of a hysterectomy.
A worldwide trial aiming to determine the best surgical treatment option for women experiencing early stage cervical cancer via Minimally Invasive Surgery (laparoscopic (key-hole) or robotic radical hysterectomy) vs the traditional open-radical hysterectomy approach.
Getting the MOST out of follow-up: a randomised controlled trial to compare three-monthly nurse-led telephone follow-up, including monitoring serum CA125 and patient reported outcomes using the MOST (Measure of Ovarian Symptoms and Treatment concerns) with routine clinic-based follow-up, following completion of first-line chemotherapy in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer.
The aim of this controlled feasibility study is to assess whether non-invasive groin ultrasound is a feasible and accurate method of predicting nodal involvement in vulvar cancer patients. If so, the ability to predict the absence of nodal involvement may spare future vulvar cancer patients unnecessary LND procedures to reduce complications, improve recovery time, and facilitate their return to normal daily activities.