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POSNOC - POsitive Sentinel NOde: adjuvant therapy alone versus adjuvant therapy plus Clearance or axillary radiotherapy: A randomised controlled trial of axillary treatment in women with early stage breast cancer who have metastases in one or two sentinel nodes

Project title: POSNOC - POsitive Sentinel NOde: adjuvant therapy alone versus adjuvant therapy plus Clearance or axillary radiotherapy: A randomised controlled trial of axillary treatment in women with early stage breast cancer who have metastases in one or two sentinel nodes

Call to action: 12/35 12/35 Surgery Themed Call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Associate Professor Amit GoyalORCID logo

Contractor: Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £2,935,417.94

Co-investigators: Dr Apostolos Fakis, Dr David Dodwell, Dr Vaughan KeeleyORCID logo, Miss Clare BrittainORCID logo, Mrs Patricia Fairbrother, Professor Alan MontgomeryORCID logo, Professor Dame Lesley FallowfieldORCID logo, Professor David Whynes, Professor Ian EllisORCID logo, Professor Malcolm ReedORCID logo, Professor Robert Coleman, Professor Robert Newcombe, Professor Valerie JenkinsORCID logo.

Started: January 2014 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 54765244

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