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Spironolactone for Adult Female Acne (SAFA): pragmatic multicentre double-blind randomised superiority trial to investigate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of spironolactone for moderate or severe persistent acne in women

Project title: Spironolactone for Adult Female Acne (SAFA): pragmatic multicentre double-blind randomised superiority trial to investigate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of spironolactone for moderate or severe persistent acne in women

Call to action: 16/13 16/13 Persistent acne in adult women

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Miriam SanterORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-7264-5260

Contractor: University of Southampton

Cost: £1,779,569.54

Co-investigators: Dr Alison Layton, Dr Beth Stuart, Dr Ingrid Muller, Dr Matthew Ridd, Miss Karen Thomas, Ms Jacqueline Nuttall, Professor Gareth Griffiths, Professor Kim Thomas, Professor Nick Francis, Professor Paul Little, Professor Tracey Sach.

Started: April 2018 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 12892056

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