Delays, delays, it’s terrible. But we had to include a few changes to the protocol, and that impacts on the database, participant information sheet, randomisation system, and most departments work with specific timelines, which draws out the process…
Anyway, we’re not complaining, we’re moving on, so I’ve been speaking today to some smart colleagues at the Royal Free Hospital, and my gut feeling is they truly like the concept of AttackMS and would be happy to refer people with a first episode of demyelination to one of the study sites. Please spread the message & slides widely! As a bonus, they contain some bits on ChariotMS and StarMS (aHSCT in MS) – all of these studies are open for recruitment now (ChariotMS, StarMS) or very soon, i.e. later this month (AttackMS).RFH_talk_20220902_KS_4_circulation
CoI: Provided in the slides. I am the chief investigator of both AttackMS and ChariotMS.
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