Article: Service evaluation suggests variation in clinical care provision in adults with CAH in the UK and Ireland

Apr 4, 2024

The study, published March 2024, with two of the Group’s medical advisors (Faisal Ahmed & Nils Krone) and our Chair, Sue Elford as as some of the authors, concludes that:

“Differences in current management of CAH continue to exist. It appears crucial to objectify if different approaches result in different long-term outcomes. New studies such as CaHASE2, incorporating standardised minimum datasets including replacement therapies and monitoring strategies as well as longitudinal data collection, are now needed to define best-practice and standardise care.”

Read the full article here. 

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