Surgery Trials

In set up: 

Topic / Disease Area Trial Acronym Title Other Research Area(s)
Bladder BRAVO BRAVO: High grade Bladder cancer: A randomised controlled trial of Radical Cystectomy against intra-vesical immunotherapy – A feasibility study Drug Trial
Colorectal EMT2 A randomised placebo-controlled phase III trial of the effect of the omega-3 fatty acid eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) on colorectal cancer recurrence and survival after surgery for resectable liver metastases Drug Trial
Liver LAVA Thermal Ablation versus Surgery for Patients with Colorectal Liver Metastases  

Recruiting:

Topic / Disease Area Trial Acronym Title Other Research Area(s)
Colorectal GLISTEN 5-ALA in Bowel Cancer Surgery Next Generation intraoperative Lymph node staging for Stratified colon cancer surgery - Developmental phase Drug Trial
Colorectal LACES A multicentre, randomised controlled feasibility trial of Laparoscopic versus Open Colorectal Surgery in the Acute Setting  
Colorectal SAFARI Sacral nerve stimulation versus the FENIXTM magnetic sphincter augmentation for adult faecal incontinence: a Randomised Investigation  
Lung SABRTOOTH A study to determine the feasibility and acceptability of conducting a Phase III randomised controlled trial comparing stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) with surgery in paTients with peripheral Stage I nOn-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) cOnsidered To be at Higher risk of complications from surgical resection. Radiotherapy Trial

 Data collection: 

Topic / Disease Area Trial Acronym Title Other Research Area(s)
Colorectal ROLARR RObotic versus LAparoscopic Resection for Rectal cancer  

 Closed:

Topic / Disease Area Trial Acronym Title Other Research Area(s)
Breast ESTEeM Endocrine +/- Surgical Therapy for Elderly women with Mammary cancer Drug Trial
Breast ITS An international observational study to determine whether the timing of the first surgical intervention (ie. excision biopsy, wide local excision or mastectomy) in relation to the phase of the menstrual cycle, has an independent influence on survival, and to investigate the nature of this effect  
Breast STAMP STAMP (Surgical Timing And Menstrual Periods) will validate the findings of ITS using biomarkers since identified as important clinical and prognostic indicators Methodology – Psychosocial
Colorectal MRC CLASICC MRC Conventional versus Laparoscopic-Assisted Surgery In Colorectal Cancer Trial