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Baylor College of Medicine

Study to Evaluate Ustekinumab Re-induction Therapy in Patients With Moderately to Severely Active Crohn's Disease (H-46069)

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What is the purpose of this study?

The purpose of this study is to evaluate efficacy and Safety of Ustekinumab Re-induction Therapy in Patients With Moderately to Severely Active Crohn's Disease With Secondary Loss of Response

Who is eligible to participate?

Moderately to severely active Crohn's Disease (of at least 3 months)

Confirmed Colitis, Ileitis, or Ileocolitis previously confirmed by radiography, histology or endoscopy

Responded to Ustekinumab (Stellara) induction

MUST be currently on Stelara, subcutaneous injections, every 8 weeks AND no longer responding to treatment

No current strictures or stenoses, short gut syndrome or manifestations that may require surgery

Willing to return every 8 weeks for study visits for duration of the study.

Must be willing to SELF INJECT study medication 

The study coordinator will review medical and eligibility requirements by phone while setting up the first appointment. A consent form will be provided at the initial visit.

What is involved?

Subjects participating in the control project will be asked to make annual clinic visits at Baylor College of Medicine, located on the 8th floor of the McNair Building, 7200 Cambridge St, Houston, TX 77030. At the initial visit, a consent form explaining the study will be presented. Eligible subjects will be asked questions about their medical history and current medications. Subjects will also be given a brief physical exam (including vital signs) and routine blood work. The clinic visits will take about three and half hours. Once enrolled in the study, each subject will be asked to return monthly. Visits could include, vital signs, exams, brief questionnaires, blood work, stool samples, chest x ray, Colonoscopy (2 times throughout the study), infusion and subcutaneous injections. 

Will I get placebo? 

There is a chance of being assigned placebo at the first visit only. Your study doctor/team will not be aware of what you are assigned. However, after your first treatment, you will be given the active medication (Stelara) for the remainder of the trial.

How much will this cost? 

All research related procedures are FREE to you. Stipend for travel and time will also be included.

Who can I contact? 

Alexys Nunn, Research Coordinator 713-798-3099

Joanna Cyrus David, Research Coordinator 713-798-1468

Contact

Alexys Nunn, Research Coordinator

Phone 1: 713–798–3099

IRB: H-46069

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Active

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