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Pediatric Solid Tumors

This study involves an investigational cellular therapy called Afamitresgene Autoleucel.

This study has two parts. Part A enrolls patients who have been diagnosed with a solid tumor, lymphoma or desmoid tumor that has either come back ("relapsed") or does not respond to therapy ("is refractory").

This study enrolls patients that have been diagnosed with SMARCB1 or SMARCB4 deficient cancer that has either come back (“relapsed”) or does not respond to therapy (“is refractory”) or have been newly diagnosed with a SMARCB1 or SMARCB4 deficient cancer that has no known standard treatment.

This study involves a taking a study drug called vactosertib by mouth.

This study enrolls patients with newly diagnosed differentiated thyroid cancer (papillary thyroid cancer or follicular thyroid cancer) that has spread to the lungs and has a genetic mutation called and NTRK fusion.

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects, good or bad, of targeted therapies or immunotherapy (drugs that help the body's immune system fight cancer cells) in patients who have solid tumors with specific genetic alterations or with a high number of mutations.

This study enrolls patients between 5 and 40 years of age with a diagnosis of Ewing sarcoma (including Ewing-like sarcoma) or osteosarcoma that has progressed on or relapsed after upfront initial therapy.

This study involves taking a study drug called lurbinectedin.

The purpose of this study is to establish a registry and biorepository for synovial sarcoma patients by collecting and storing data and biospecimens, such as blood, saliva and/or buccal (cheek) swabs, and tumor tissue.

This study involves taking a study drug called lurbinectedin. The overall goal of this study is to see if different doses of lurbinectedin are safe and effective at treating children and young adults with recurrent or relapsed solid tumors, including Ewing Sarcoma.