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The SCIENCE trial has been given the green light and is now open to recruitment.

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We are delighted to be opening the SCIENCE Study to recruitment. This is our first completely paperless study looking at a rare injury in children aged 7-15 presenting with a medial epicondyle fracture of the humerus.

Please visit our website www.ScienceStudy.org for more information or contact the study team at sciencekids@ndorms.ox.ac.uk

 

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