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DRAFFT2 has recruited its first 2 patients in Southmead Hospital, Bristol. The trial is now also open in John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford, Peterborough City Hospital and Royal Stoke University Hospital.

The total number of participants to be recruited until May 2018 is 476.

For more information and contacts, please visit:

https://www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/clinical-trials/current-trials-and-studies/drafft-2

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