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If you decide to join, you will be asked to sign the consent form. Next, brief details identifying you and answering a few questions about your health and medical conditions will be entered into a computer. Women of child-bearing potential will have a pregnancy test. The computer will then allocate you at random (like rolling a dice) to one of the possible treatment options. In all cases this will include the usual standard of care for your hospital and imay also include an additional treatmentNeither you nor your doctors can choose which of these options you will be allocated.  

Additional information about your health will be recorded and entered into the study computer but no additional visits will be required after you leave the hospital. Information about your health (both prior to, during, and after the study) may be obtained about you from medical records or databases (including NHS Digital, Public Health England, other equivalent bodies, and genetic or other research databases if you have provided samples to them) so that the study team can get more detailed or longer term information about the effects of the study treatments on your health for up to 10 years after the end of your participation. We may write to you to tell you about the trial periodically, but you will be able to opt-out of these communications if you prefer. Your GP may be informed of any issues relevant to your participation in the trial.