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The NINJA trial has completed recruitment and will now begin its follow-up phase.

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NINJA has closed to recruitment 6 months early after an incredible uptake by 20 NHS sites across the UK – including Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. NINJA owes it success to the generosity of the participants and their parents and the tireless work of staff at each of our sites.

NINJA will now remain in follow-up, and we ask participants to look out for their 4-monthly follow up correspondence and to submit that, along with the photograph when requested. It is anticipated that the results will be available in May 2020.

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