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The AVID-CC trial has received OCTRU Green Light approval and is now open to recruitment!

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AVID-CC (Adalimumab in COVID-19 to prevent respiratory failure in community care) is now open to recruitment!

The wonderful Hospital @ Home team from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are the first site to open to recruitment. We are looking for other Hospital at Home (or equivalent) teams to come on board and join us as an AVID-CC site; please contact avid-cc@ndorms.ox.ac.uk

You can also visit the dedicated trial website for more information by clicking here.

 

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