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Wedlake, Linda, Shaw, Clare, McNair, Helen, Lalji, Amyn, Mohammed, Kabir, Klopper, Tanya, Allan, Lindsey, Tait, Diana, Hawkins, Maria, Somaiah, Navita, Lalondrelle, Susan, Taylor, Alexandra, VanAs, Nicholas, Stewart, Alexandra, Essapen, Sharadah, Gage, Heather, Whelan, Kevin and Andreyev, H Jervoise N (2017) Randomized controlled trial of dietary fiber for the prevention of radiation-induced gastrointestinal toxicity during pelvic radiotherapy The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 106 (3). pp. 849-857.

Jordan, Jake, Gage, Heather, Benton, B, Lalji, A, Norton, C and Andreyev, HJN (2017) Gastroenterologist and nurse management of symptoms after pelvic radiotherapy for cancer: an economic evaluation of a clinical Randomized Controlled Trial (the ORBIT study). ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research, 9. pp. 241-249.

Andreyev, HJN, Benton, BE, Lalji, A, Norton, C, Mohammed, K, Gage, H, Pennert, K and Lindsay, JO (2013) Algorithm-based management of patients with gastrointestinal symptoms in patients after pelvic radiation treatment (ORBIT): a randomised controlled trial LANCET, 382 (9910). pp. 2084-2092.

Andreyev, HJ, Thomas, K, Benton, B, Lalji, A, Lindsay, JO, Gage, H and Norton, C (2012) OPTIMISING RADIATION BOWEL INJURY THERAPY, THE ORBIT STUDY, A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL GUT, 61. A36-A36.

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Andreyev, HJ, Benton, B, Lalji, A, Pennert, K, Lindsay, JO, Gage, H and Norton, C (2013) ALGORITHMIC MANAGEMENT OF RADIATION-INDUCED GI SYMPTOMS IS HIGHLY EFFECTIVE: THE ORBIT RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL In: Annual General Meeting of the British-Society-of-Gastroenterology, 2013-06-24 - 2013-06-27, Glasgow, SCOTLAND.

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