Recommendations for the Treatment of Children With Burkitt's Lymphoma (GFALMB2019)
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This is the 4th LMB study by the French African Pediatric Oncology Group (GFAOP). The study hopes to be able to evaluate children earlier with stage I and II disease and to evaluate treatment response earlier so that the units can decide if a change in treatment is necessary, it is also hoped to provide an intensification of treatment for the stage IV disease.
Condition or disease
This is the 4th Burkitt's Lymphoma (LMB) study by the GFAOP group. This study hopes to include at least 14 Sub Saharian countries some of whom have never participated in a LMB study. The evaluation of improvement in early diagnosis should be possible in this study. The study hopes to be able to evaluate children earlier, with stage I and II disease and to evaluate treatment response earlier so that the units can decide if a change in treatment is necessary, it is also hoped to provide an intensification of treatment for children with a stage IV disease.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
up to 18 Years (Child, Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
All Children with a Burkitt's Lymhoma.
Clinical diagnosis of Burkitt's Lymphoma: all location. Diagnosis by cytology or histology. Not possible to follow all the treatment.
Not a B Cell tumor. Child has been previously treated. Child has also another illness which would render the treatment incompatible. Parents refusal.