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Congratulations to the PReSUTINeB study on hitting their recruitment target today! Thanks to the research team, the sites and all who have taken part.

This study is a randomised placebo-controlled study investigating whether an immunotherapy treatment can prevent symptomatic urinary tract infections (UTI) in patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction. 48 participants across 2 two centres in the UK (Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire and Oxford Centre for Enablement) have been recruited. The Investigators are also looking at the signs and symptoms experienced during a symptomatic UTI. Participants will be on the study treatment for 3 months and followed up for 3 months after that.

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