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Rebecca Maier
Professor Luke Vale
Dr Leanne Marsay
Professor Helen Hancock
Enoch Akowuah
et al.
Minimally invasive versus conventional sternotomy for Mitral valve repair: Protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial (UK Mini Mitral)2021
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Dr Andrew Owens
Enoch Akowuah
Mini-sternotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement: a randomised controlled trial2021
Rebecca Maier
Professor Helen Hancock
Enoch Akowuah
Does Blood Transfusion Have an Effect on Outcomes After Aortic Valve Replacement Surgery?2020
Rebecca Maier
Dr Bilal Bawamia
Dr Karim Bennaceur
Sarah Dunn
Dr Leanne Marsay
et al.
Telomerase activation to reverse immunosenescence in elderly patients with acute coronary syndrome: Protocol for a randomized pilot trial2020
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Enoch Akowuah
Mini-sternotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement: results from the MAVRIC randomised controlled trial.2019
Dr Emma Clark
Dr Miranda Morton
Shriya Sharma
Dr Holly Fisher
Denise Howel
et al.
Prostate cancer androgen receptor splice variant 7 biomarker study - A multicentre randomised feasibility trial of biomarker-guided personalised treatment in patients with advanced prostate cancer (the VARIANT trial) study protocol2019
Dr Andrew Owens
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Dr Adrian Mellor
Manubrium-limited ministernotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement (MAVRIC): Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2017
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Manubrium-limited ministernotomy versus conventional sternotomy for aortic valve replacement: A randomised controlled trial (MAVRIC)2017
Dr Julie Cox
Professor Helen Hancock
Rebecca Maier
Multidetector CT improving surgical outcomes in breast cancer (MISO-BC): A randomised controlled trial2017
Dr Rachel Stocker
Dr Helen Close
Professor Helen Hancock
Professor Amritpal Hungin
Should heart failure be regarded as a terminal illness requiring palliative care? A study of heart failure patients’, carers’ and clinicians’ understanding of heart failure prognosis and its management2017
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