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Cancer Survivorship Trials

Metabolic Syndrome Following Transplant for Leukemia (2357)
Metabolic Syndrome Following Transplant for Leukemia
Status Conditions Phase Study ID
Recruiting Leukemia Survivors and their Siblings N/A 2357
Summary

This clinical trial studies the relationship between insulin resistance, growth hormone deficiency and other mediators of insulin resistance, with the development of metabolic syndrome in a sample of adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood leukemia who underwent HCT; to compare the prevalence of metabolic syndrome in HCT survivors to the general population; and to compare specific measures of insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome to age/sex matched control subjects that have been studied in a similar fashion.


Investigator
K. Scott Baker, MD
Location    
Seattle Children's Hospital 206-667-6723  
Eligibility Criteria (must meet the following to participate in this study)
  • Survivors after HCT treated at Fairview-University Medical Center or the FHCRC/SCCA or sibling of HCT survivor.
  • Primary diagnosis of hematologic malignancy.
  • Diagnosed with their disease at age 21 years or younger.
  • Survived a minimum of 2 years post-transplant and be in remission from their leukemia.
  • Age ≥ 9 at time of study participation if recruited from Minnesota site.
  • Age > 9 and <22 at time of study participation if recruited from FHCRC/SCCA site. 
Exclusions (conditions that would prevent participation in this study)
  • Eligibility will not be restricted by race or sex.
  • Any women currently pregnant will not be eligible, but may participate 3 or more months after the end of her pregnancy if the study is still ongoing.
Last Updated
May 20, 2011
Access protocol and consent forms at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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