What Are the Benefits and Harms of Risk Stratified Screening in the NHS Breast Screening Programme: Study Protocol
This study aims to identify key benefits and harms of integrating risk stratification (the BC-Predict intervention) into the NHS Breast Screening Programme. A non-randomised fully counterbalanced study design will be used, whereby women from screening sites will be offered usual NHS Breast Screening Programme or BC-Predict for an eight month period, followed by a cross-over point where women at each site will be offered the other invention during an eight month period.
Wool Clothing for the Management of Childhood Atopic Dermatitis (DESSINE2)
The study is a sequentially recruited, cross-over-cohort, outpatient-based evaluation of the effectiveness of wool clothing, as compared to standard clothing, in reducing the severity of childhood atopic dermatitis (eczema) over two consecutive six-week periods.
Yervoy Pregnancy Surveillance Study
The study is a global safety surveillance study of pregnancy outcomes in women who were exposed to ipilimumab during pregnancy and pediatric outcomes up to 5 years of age
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