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Recruitment to the BOOST Trial (Better Outcomes for Older people with Spinal Trouble) has completed today, with a total of 438 patients enrolled. The final patient was recruited at Gloucester Care Services NHS Trust. Thank you and congratulations to all the recruiting centres and participants. Follow up assessments will continue for the next 12 months.

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