New Onset Diabetes (NOD) Cohort

Summary

The purpose of this study is to create a large repository of blood samples and data from people with new-onset hyperglycemia and diabetes. A repository is a collection of samples from many different people that facilitates research. The study focuses on adults (50-85 years old) who have recently had one or more blood tests that indicate they may have hyperglycemia and/or diabetes. The blood samples to be stored are similar to those that patients provide during usual care with their doctors. Researchers cannot yet tell the difference between routine, new-onset hyperglycemia and diabetes and the very few people (less than 1%) who have new-onset diabetes related to cancer. The study aims to find a way to do this by measuring promising markers (indicators) from participants' blood samples.


Inclusion Criteria

  • Subject is able and willing to provide informed consent and sign an informed consent form.
  • Subject must sign an authorization for the release of their protected health information.
  • Subject must be ≥50 and ≤85 years of age at the time of enrollment.

Study Location(s)

Cedars-Sinai Cancer at SOCC

More about this Clinical Trial

Full Title

EIIT-CPDPC16-01: A Prospective Study to Establish a New Onset Diabetes Cohort

Details
Disease Type/Condition

Pancreatic Biliary Diseases; Pancreatic Diseases

Principal Investigator

Pandol, Stephen

Age Group

Adult

Phase

N/A (Cancer Control) (Cancer Prevention)

IRB Number

Pro00053823

ClinicalTrials.gov ID
NCT03731637
Key Eligibility
ClinicalTrials.gov

Contact
Phone
310-423-6252
Email
clinicaltrials@cshs.org
Want to join the study or
learn more?

Details
Disease Type/Condition

Pancreatic Biliary Diseases; Pancreatic Diseases

Principal Investigator

Pandol, Stephen

Age Group

Adult

Phase

N/A (Cancer Control) (Cancer Prevention)

IRB Number

EIIT-CPDPC16-01

ClinicalTrials.gov ID

NCT03731637

Key Eligibility
ClinicalTrials.gov
Contact
Phone
310-423-6252
Email
clinicaltrials@cshs.org
Want to join the study or
learn more?