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Response- and Biology-Based Therapy for Intermediate-Risk Neuroblastoma
Provider Data DescriptionThere are two datasets associated with the publication: NCT00499616?D6 and NCT00499616?D7.
USI is the patient identifier in all datasets. Blanks represent missing data or not applicable for analyses. Data can be used to approximate published study findings, but exact reproduction of previous manuscripts may not be possible in some cases (e.g., when data must be modified for de-identification purposes or have undergone further data cleaning).
NCT00499616?D6: There is one row for each patient enrolled on ANBL0531. The dataset provided provides the information necessary to reproduce the manuscript, except for the toxicities.
SponsorChildren's Oncology Group
Data ProviderNational Cancer Institute
Clinical Trials.gov Information
Brief SummaryRATIONALE: Drugs used in chemotherapy, such as carboplatin, cyclophosphamide, etoposide, and doxorubicin hydrochloride, work in different ways to stop the growth of tumor cells, either by killing the cells or by stopping them from dividing. Isotretinoin may help neuroblastoma cells become more like normal cells, and grow and spread more slowly. Giving combination chemotherapy before surgery may make the tumor smaller and make it more likely that the tumor can be surgically removed. It is not yet known what is the minimal amount of chemotherapy needed to achieve sufficient tumor shrinkage to control intermediate risk neuroblastoma and prevent tumor recurrence or metastases.
PURPOSE: This phase III trial is designed to reduce therapy for patients with favorable biology intermediate risk neuroblastoma by decreasing the number of chemotherapy cycles administered and by allowing for up to 50% residual tumor volume for patients with localized disease.