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An update on the FRUITI study, which is currently in the process of setting up.

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The Oxford Trauma team have begun work on the FRUITI trial. This study will compare fixture and replacement of undisplaced intracapsular fractures of the hip. 

Update from the Trial Manager:

"The trial is currently in the setup phase. We are working on finalising the protocol and other key documents in preparation for submission to the Sponsor in February, and to ethics in March. We hope to begin recruiting to the study in July 2020."

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