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Cavernomas A Randomised Effectiveness (CARE) pilot trial, to address the effectiveness of active treatment (with neurosurgery or stereotactic radiosurgery) versus conservative management in people with symptomatic brain cavernoma

Project title: Cavernomas A Randomised Effectiveness (CARE) pilot trial, to address the effectiveness of active treatment (with neurosurgery or stereotactic radiosurgery) versus conservative management in people with symptomatic brain cavernoma

Call to action: 18/186 18/186 Active management vs conservative management for symptomatic brain cavernoma

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Rustam SalmanORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-2108-9222

Contractor: The University of Edinburgh

Cost: £973,835.52

Co-investigators: Dr Julia Wade, Dr Kirsty Harkness, Dr Peter Hall, Dr Vijeya Ganesan, Honorary Professor Conor Mallucci, Mr Matthias Radatz, Mr Neil Kitchen, Mrs Carole Turner, Professor Peter Hutchinson, Professor Philip White, Professor Steff Lewis.

Started: September 2020 | Status: Research in progress

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