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The CORKA study has now reached 50% of planned recruitment. The 310th participant was recruited by Ashford & St Peters Hospital. The trial is currently open to recruitment in 11 sites across the country which are: Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital Oxford, Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham, Northumbria Healthcare, Medway Maritime Hospital, Medway CIC, Ashford & St Peter’s Hospital, Banbury Horton Hospital, Countess of Chester Hospital, Royal United Hospital Bath, Dorset County Hospital and Dorset Healthcare.

For more information on the CORKA study please visit the website: http://corka.octru.ox.ac.uk/

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