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Research Registration

23 May, 2015

We are about to start contacting all members who have registered to take part in the research programme that is investigating why some patients need more frequent treatment than the usually prescribed injection every twelve weeks in the UK.
We have made slight adjustments to the questionnaire that you will be sent which is slightly different from the one you will or should have originally received from us as we have made the alterations to take on board recommendations of the Medical Ethics Committee in order to get their approval. Taylor Morgan is coordinating this programme and she will be contacting you soon.
If you haven’t already registered please do so by completing the short survey here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GWXKJWH

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