And we’re off… Almost exactly three years after submitting our outline application to the NIHR-EME, the first site initiation visit of ChariotMS will take place TODAY at my home site, The Royal London Hospital. We are expecting the first of 200 people with advanced MS to enrol in June. And as the remainder of 20 sites across all nations of the UK will open over the next three months or so, we hope we’ll be fully recruited within 12-15 months. Have a look at the slides, and follow the links below for further information. And forgive our PPI lead for some remaining creases in the website (chariotms.com); these will be ironed out over the next few weeks. For now, a Big Thank You to all supporters, funding or otherwise helping, for pulling the Chariot to the starting line…ChariotMS_20210525-1
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Disclaimer: Please note the opinions expressed here are those of Professor Schmierer and do not necessarily reflect the positions of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry and/or Barts Health NHS Trust.
Fantastic news! 🙂🎉
Well done Prof K and team Chariot
A phase 3 would only be completed in 9 years ? (2030) ?
If you don’t start, you’ll never get to finish.
Well done! And best wishes for a smooth running trial.
Well done Prof K and I wish you and your team all the very best with the trial. I have MS and no real idea what you’d call my type of MS too (never received any clarity on this) – but happy to sign up if you need any further volunteers.
Chariot is moving full steam ahead! Time for Charcot to warm up its engine.
All the best Prof K!
It took so much determination and effort to get to this point
I seem to have a natural bypass to MS Trials! I read and see other MSers talking about trials they have or are taking part in but I cannot find any open doors for myself and my PPMS