multidisciplinary - multi centric global studies are on-going.
Research protocols involving
1. Cytomegalo viral infections in
patients with cancer,
2. Exposure of hepatic C & B virus
in hepatocellular carcinoma.
1. Interdigitating chemo-radiotherapy
for Head & Neck Cancer.
2. Photodynamic Therapy for advanced
& recurrent Head & Neck Cancer.
3. Newer antioestrogens in breast
4. Aromatase inhibitors in advanced
5. Ignotean in advanced colarectal
6. Newer anti-fungal agents in immuno-compromised
7. Newer agent to reduce mucosal
reaction of mouth in Head & Neck Cancer.
Study on the Safety and efficacy of an indigenous human recombinant
interferon Alpha 2A in chronic myeloid Leukemia (CML) patients (SHANFERON).
(PROTOCOL VERSION04)- Ongoing.
A Pilot study to evaluate the role of weekly docetaxel in anthracycline
resistant patients with metastatic breast cancer- Ongoing. Adverse effects
10. To Compare the
efficacy and safety of Amphotericin B lipid complex to conventional
Amphotericin B therapy treatment of fungal infections in-compromised
patients- Version:Final, April 2 ,2000 - Ongoing - Adverse effects
11. A randomized
phase 3 study comparing gemcitabine plus carboplatin versus
carboplatin mono-therapy in patients with advanced epithelial ovarian
carcinoma who failed first-line platinum - based therapy - Ongoing...
A Prospective, open, non-comparative study to demonstrate efficacy and
safety of cefpirome and amikacin with or without teicoplannin in the
empirical treatment of adult patients with febrile neutropenia induced by
chemotherapy or following autologous bone marrow transplant -Ongoing.
The primary Progesterone Therapy for Operable Breast Cancer - A randomized
Multi-Centre. Control. Trial-Ongoing.
14. Phase 3 Randomized double-blind evaluation of Ly353381. Compared with
Tamoxifene in women with locally advanced or met static Breast
"Molecular Diagnosis of Opportunities Infections in Cancer"
16. Randomized Phase II trial of Gemcitabine combined with a Taxane for
Metastatic Breast Cancer-Ongoing.
Study of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Breast Cancer-Ongoing.